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Every SINGLE time I use the zoom effect, it always stretches up and makes it look unnatural. In the video editor it looks fine, but when I convert the video file it does the glitch. It doesn't matter what resolution or what video file I convert it to, it ALWAYS does this. I've reported this bug to NCH Software and I've gotten no replies. Please help me if you know what could. Thank you!

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What version of VP is being used?  Here's the latest.

For licensed users upgrades are free for up to six months from purchase date.  After that, VP will continue to fully function but a fee will be required in order to register the newest.  Retain your old install file and registration info.

When you state "convert the file it does the glitch" assume that you see the stretch when the project is exported.  Not seeing that here.

Someone will help to resolve the issue if you take a minute to upload and share the project.  It can be private.  Just follow these easy steps...

1.  With your project on the timeline, complete with the ZOOM effect, click on MENU at the top-left.  Click FILE|BACK UP PROJECT FILES TO FOLDER.  Choose a folder and SELECT FOLDER.
2.  Locate the saved, numbered folder and upload it to a free server - Google Drive, MS OneDrive, etc.*  (Don't upload the export file or only the VPJ.)
3.  Get a shared, public link. If using Google Drive click GET SHAREABLE LINK. Click the blue "Change to anyone with the link..."  Then click COPY LINK | DONE.
4.  Paste that link here, or click the folder, above top-right in this forum, and message it to me.  This is private and won't be shared.
*    Before uploading, right-click the folder, click PROPERTIES.  Look at the File Size to confirm that it's not too big for the free space on the server.

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"...it always stretches up and makes it look unnatural...."

That doesn't happen here VP 8.77. However, what happens if you use the Pan and Zoom  effect instead?

  • Set your first Frame.
  • Alter the rectangle for the end frame and set it.
  • Clip will zoom from first rectangle to second rectangle.

Note: The rectangle stays the AR of the clip or image. To avoid a Pan having just a Zoom, keep the rectangle central in the frame. The pan and Zoom effect acts on the whole clip and keyframes can't be used.


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