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This is 100th attempt to configure BroadCam Software with an ip camera. I've used different camera manufacturers. I've used different workstation with different Operating Systems: Windows 7 and Windows 10. Also, different networks scenarios were utilized. The same error message appears "Failure Starting Video Camera". I received the same message using a usb webcam. Quite frustrating... IP Camera work fine with browser. Each workstation were clean installs without A/V or any non-essential software. Initially, I purchased the software and after 3 weeks requested a refund. I'm currently re-visiting this issue to finalize a project. If anyone has successfully implemented this software with an ip camera...PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE... REPLY.... IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
Hello, As far as I can see, there ist still no possibility to export 16:9 videos as anamorphic mpegs, which would be vital for DVD authoring of widescreen videos. Anamorphic export should be possible following this article: http://www.nch.com.au/kb/10231.html. Maybe the anamorphic formats are available when exporting directly to DVD but since Videopad has no serious authoring capabilities, this isn't really a way to go. DVD specifications allow the following formats: - 720x576 square pixels for "normal" 4:3 videos - 720x576 anamorphic for 16:9 videos In the second case the video is compressed horizontaly and is stretched by the playing device later. With videopad mpeg export the only way to get 16:9 videos exported is via "letterboxing", means: exporting at 720px width with black bars on top of and below the 16:9 video. That isn't a decent way to do it. Or did you ever watch a commercial DVD with a 16:9 movie with black bars on top and bottom? So I think it's about time that anamorphic output is added to Videpad export features. See also this post: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?/topic/16213-features-request-on-input-format-support-aspect-ratio-and-51-sound/ Yours Serafin