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Old 09. Dec 2012, 01:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Videopad problem

Does anyone have a solution for this?
I have been working with the free version of Videopad for a bit now without
a major hitch but, now, when I try to make a clip with a text overlay, the text
applies but the clip saves as a series of stills instead of the video motion it
is laid over.
I have tried variations for days now but I'm getting the same result.
What the heck went wrong?
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Old 02. Jan 2013, 12:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I know when I've used videopad I've manged to create a video with text over lay , i just used the add media then add subtitles and added the text when i wanted it ( when time and length in the video ) make sure you actually drag your video into the preview area so you can check the video and the subtitles/text , then save the video .
The add media, subtitles , preview, and save movie buttons are all in the toolbar at the top of videopad, you can also change the subtitles/ text to different sizes and colour to suit your needs.
Another thing, I have noticed videopad to be a little buggy sometimes and I've had to uninstall it and do a fresh install before to resolve the issues so maybe you could try that un-install it reboot your PC and reinstall it and try again to add the text to the video it will only take you 5 minutes to un-install and re-install ( make sure you use the link from our site ) good luck.
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