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https://www.softwarehow.com/videopad-review/      (Sale prices may vary.)

The free version lacks some effects and export formats...  https://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/vpsetup.exe

 

The other version will be a trial.  Some features eventually will be disabled, similar to the free version, unless it's licensed...                                                                        https://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/vppsetup.exe

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From this NCH Website...
VideoPad Video Editing Software

The "Master's Edition" registration has all features - unlimited audio tracks and plugins. You can use a single installation of VideoPad (on a single computer) without restrictions.

The "Home Edition" registration has all the features of VideoPad Master's Edition except support for plugins, and you are limited to two simultaneous audio tracks.

For more information about VideoPad, please see:

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With the master version can I see the windows folders?

I have dozens of folders of images, each with a year name like 2005.

In this software i am told I have to create new folders for each year and transfer the images over!

Thanks for your help

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VP has default bins:  Sequences, Video Files, Audio Files, Images...  image.png

Create new bins by clicking the + sign to the right of "Images."  They will be shown to the right of the existing bins.

Create new folders by clicking on the yellow folder with the + sign, under the bin names in the toolbar.

ADD CLIP (of the same clip type) to a selected folder.  Or right-click, COPY/PASTE CLIP between folders and bins.  Or drag from default folders to user-created folders.

Experiment to get a feel of the quick and versatile options.

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VP = Videopad.  Create as many bins or folders as desired.

If the standard (not the 'free') download of the program is installed, but not licensed, it's a trial.  Certain features will be disabled in time.  There may or may not not then be an option to revert to the free version.  Sometimes uninstalling via Windows Control Panel|Programs and Features will offer that choice.

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