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Posts: 2
Registered: 13.07.2010
13.07.10 15:18:23
I purchased AVS Editor v4.2 just 10 days ago and have a basic query.

I import a video (typically in wmv or flv format) but I notice that the whole size of the imported video doesn't fit into the upper right window.
That means typically only that part of the video that appears in the window is edited and available when the movie is saved.
How does one get the whole video to fit?

I'd be most grateful for an answer. [I fear I may not be messaging in the proper section. Please excuse this.]

Eddie
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Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
14.07.10 00:16:13
To: gdigest@btinternet.com

Hello Eddie,

Please specify what you mean by 'the whole size of the imported video doesn't fit into the upper right window'.
If possible attach the screenshot of your video file screen on PC players and on the preview window of AVS Video Editor so we could see the difference.

Regards
Posts: 9
Registered: 16.08.2012
09.10.12 20:21:57
When I create videos in editor 6.2, the aspect ratio in the playblack window displays no black bars. but when I upload my videos to Youtube you see black bars. Also, how do I edit my photos and video in AVS Video Editor without the lines showing like in this screen shot; where you will also see the black bars. It makes my videos look ugly.
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Administrator
Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
10.10.12 09:01:06
To: TWV1978

Hello,

To avoid the black bars you will need to choose aspect ratio in AVS Video Editor (follow Edit >> Aspect ratio) according to YouTube recommendations.
We also recommend to save video file for YouTube.

Best regards
Posts: 9
Registered: 16.08.2012
15.10.12 06:50:54
To: Esther


Thanks for the reply but what about when I add overlays and, making the overlay transparent, how do I hide the lines from the overlay? Even when I adjust the transparency, the lining in the images or videos still show
Posts: 9
Registered: 16.08.2012
15.10.12 06:54:28
To: TWV1978


Let me explain that better; let's say I want to add two videos in the same scene (one is the overlay), but I want to make the overlayed video smaller than the video on the main line, how do I make the outside lines in the overlayed video disappear?
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
15.10.12 10:41:09
To: TWV1978

Hello,

Please use Chromakey effect to perform the task.

Best regards
Posts: 9
Registered: 16.08.2012
07.11.12 10:09:35
I have a Christmas project that I am working on that is 40mins long. I tried to save it in HD but when it finished saving and I played it back on my PC, the sound is all messed up. I tried to use a lower container (H.264 AVI) and the results were the same. I have to have this finished so what is causing it to not play the sound correctly?

Screenshot of my computer configuration:

Windows 7 Home Premium
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
09.11.12 08:52:07
To: TWV1978

Hello,

We have contacted you in Online Support System:
http://support.avs4you.com/Support.aspx

Best regards
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