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Greetings VideoPad users,

We are opening up this thread for users who want to share their best VideoPad creations. If you have a VideoPad project that you would be willing to share with everyone, you may post it here for all to see. It could even be featured on our social channels and possibly our website. You can post the link to your video or embed it in this thread. If you want to submit a project to us directly, you can use this dropbox link: 

VideoPad Show and Tell DropBox

Thank you! 

-NCH Software Marketing Department-

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I had so much fun using VideoPad!  First time user here, I'm just blown away by this application.  It reminds me the most of the old iMovie, which is a huge compliment.  Yet, it's way more powerful without being super complicated.

There were two features that VideoPad has which I wish I knew before I shot all my footage:

  • Built-in audio narration recording.  Wow, I spent so much time with Audacity and exporting.  Yeah.
  • Video stabilization.  I used -- if you can believe this -- Google Photos stabilizing feature.  Phew, lots of extra work.

Anyway, kudos on an incredible program.  I will be buying for sure. 

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On 12/12/2018 at 2:41 AM, matonanjin said:

Why don't you also have a show and tell, a thread,  for users to show off to other users?  Where the entire world can see.

I second that. It would be much easier for those of us who already had their projects uploaded to their YouTube channels.

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Hey guys, 

Great idea! I have revised the initial post on this thread to now call for users to post YouTube links and videos directly into the thread. 

Thanks, everyone. 

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On 2/13/2019 at 12:46 PM, ElectroLund said:

I had so much fun using VideoPad!  First time user here, I'm just blown away by this application.  It reminds me the most of the old iMovie, which is a huge compliment.  Yet, it's way more powerful without being super complicated.

There were two features that VideoPad has which I wish I knew before I shot all my footage:

  • Built-in audio narration recording.  Wow, I spent so much time with Audacity and exporting.  Yeah.
  • Video stabilization.  I used -- if you can believe this -- Google Photos stabilizing feature.  Phew, lots of extra work.

Anyway, kudos on an incredible program.  I will be buying for sure. 

I'm also a first time user. All the above couldn't agree more. Video stabilization in built brilliant. 

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Hi DIYMan

A lot of work (and advice) and it's working OK!  Congratulations!  A lot of people looking at this small clip might not realize what a lot of work (and fun I hope) went into it.  Well done!! :D  Perhaps a bit of animation of the "fly down" figure would make it even better..currently that is a bit static.

Now.....About the full movie....he's going to dash into the street now and lift a 10 ton truck up off  a damsel in distress...Yes??

Nat

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What happened to this thread? I was looking forward to seeing people showing off their work. 

I'm just starting out so I don't have anything to share yet. 

You know, we sometimes forget how awesome modern technology is and just take it for granted. I remember lugging around that HUGE video camera when the kids were small in 80s & 90s. As for editing the videos... Man, it was painful.

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Just joined the forum, having started using the software 28 March 2020 when going online with our Church Service. It was relatively easy to get a video produced, and we've been steadily improving and getting to know the software. Would love to see other people's videos. Our services are about 50mins long but can post some YouTube links if people are interested? https://youtu.be/7fX2f62ZyN0 
Added a link anyway :)

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I made a video about how to make a good video, using Wavepad, Debut, and Videopad, and many other programs. The result is a really good video, in fact most of my videos use sound or music from vinyl records, at least the ones that I can use on YouTube. Here is the video:

How to make a good video with NCH software

Note that I do have my own channel, most recent videos have been made with NCH software products , I will post my very best in the same message:

The web side of my BBS , the non religious side.

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I have over 500 videos that I have created in the last 5 years, not all were created with NCH software, but here is one with animation, is it possible to do what I am doing in this video with NCH software packages?

An introduction to Spy Visits Spy BBS (No longer in operation).

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Here are some videos that really support NCH software , there are so many that I don't know where to begin, but I will pick my very best:

How to take a really good record and clean it up with Wavepad.

How to fix a bad record with Wavepad

Have you found Happiness yet? Do you know what happiness is? (Not done with NCH Software but some of the ideas can be incorporated into Videopad).

Last one for today: It is so good I must post it: Again this is before I got Videopad: , but the ideas are there: A Tribute to the vinyl album Rocktober 88

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All of my videos are done through a really good sound card and two 100 watt Sony amplifiers , wires are hooked up just right , in fact I may make a video on the hardware end of things for recording audio and video with NCH software's products. We are talking very high quality as you can see from the videos that I have made in the above links. Russ

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I just finished a video that explains in detail how to make a good video on any topic with Debut, Wave Pad , Video Pad, and Express Burn to author DVDs if necessary. The video was done on 4 or 5 parts then combined with Video Pad and exported to one file. Because I was using Debut to record everything, I had to export files several times from Debut to Video Pad and then use Express Burn to author the DVD that I burned. I also started with Wave Pad to make the audio file for the video , and recorded everything that is a tutorial with a good USB microphone. What I did not show was where I normalized the audio and removed spikes from the record in Wave Pad, I basically took the audio from the video, exported it to Wave Pad , normalized the audio and removed spikes from the wave form, and imported the audio back into Video Pad with no problems. You can hear a little hiss in the final output on the uploaded YouTube Video, it can be cleaned up but I never really did that, maybe the topic for another tutorial video. 

Here we go with the tutorial video: A Tutorial on how to create a good video from start to finish and then export it and author it to DVD with Express Burn

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Just wanted to say love you guys! I've been using 7.05 and it's the sweet spot for me.. I edit like 30+ videos a day and can cut them so fast and export etc with ease because of how intuitive this program is! Leagues above the rest ty : )

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Thanks for this platform for showcasing creative possibilities in VP, which I simply love for its ease of use!! I made this video using a free version of v5.04. It is a cool trick that can be realized by using a combination of polygon masks and transparency over several video tracks. Unfortunately, this  combination of features (masking and transparency) is not working in v10.64 and higher, even in paid version.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cXvYrvU5ks

I have used a creative overlay (falling petals) in another video...I just love this feature!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C00bHn_7PuU

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