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I’ve been trying to make a video with VideoPad for a couple days now. It’s very simple, one photo and an audio that lasts a little over ten minutes. I click *add files then put in my photo. But every time I do it’s incredibly blurry. I’ve tried different sizes but nothing works. I’m getting incredibly frustrated and stressed and have no idea what to do. How can I add photos and have them stay clear and high quality? Please help, I’d really appreciate it! Thank you!
Hi everyone I have hit a brickwall - I create videos for my local camera club, within the videos is video footage, which is OK, but I also insert edited photos. A bit of background, the photos are shot in RAW then edited in lightroom and converted to JPEG. I then insert the JPEG's into the videopad professional. I have done this a number of times before with no problem. However, in the last 2 days when I export the video to MPEG and play the video, strangely the photos appear as the original unedited shots. Can anyone assist, I have tried a number of things such as changing the size of the image (they ranged between 10-20MB each), changed the name of each image, moved the images to an external harddrive, moved the RAW (original) images to an external hard drive, turned my PC on and off, almost thrown the PC out of the window....... If anyone can shed some light on this I'd be grateful as my last option is to uninstall the software and then reinstall Thanks for your help Neil
Hi A very annoying issue. I edit my photographs in photoshop or any similar program so that I get jpegs looking the way I want them. Then I import them into VideoPad and they instantly change appearance. The saturation and colour balance is totally different. Can you explain this to me? Thank you