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Like the title said, when text are used along with some motion effects, sometimes it will look choppy? (Please give me a word for this) and leaves some short after images. To fix that, set the text background opacity to 2 or 1, I prefer 1. Then switch to text background rather than editor background or something else (this options is a drop down box above the text background opacity option which is usually closest to the top of the text input box). Either directly pick the color white, or pick a dominant color in the background (this can be done using the tint tool). The text should now look better when doing motion effects and the background should not / slightly be tinted.
Sometimes when I am using text overlays in a video, it causes a slight hic-up in video play. Like a slight stutter in the video that you can see. Sometimes the remedy for thus has been to remove the overlay and try to apply it again, but even if it's not in the same place the hic-up is still there. How can I get rid of this glitch? annomally? There are videos I need to use text in and when that effect happens it makes the video product look cheap and amateurish.
Using VideoPad Professional v 3.14 (Windows). I'm having a little trouble getting VideoPad to recognize the font I want to use for text overlays. This worked in v2.x but all I'm getting now is plain old Arial TTF instead of Whitney Book (an OTF font). Is there a trick to installing fonts so that VideoPad will recognize them?