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Thursday March 18, 2021 11:49 PM PDT by Karen Greene

How to Fix FilmForth Video Editor Failing to Export or Save Video Objects?

Some users have provided feedback that they can’t save or export their video projects using FilmForth. How to solve these issues? Please learn more about the issue and check detailed instructions to resolve the problem.

The possible situations of the issue?

  1. The progress bar stops or freezes at a certain percent, and later crashes.
  2. The video can’t be played after exporting. The video storage is zero kb.

To tackle this issue, please follow the steps below.

For the first situation

Step 1. Download our video converter.
microsoft download

Step 2. Use the video converter to convert your original video to MP4 format.

Step 3. Edit the converted video and save it in FilmForth.

For the second situation

Step 1. Save or export the video project again.

Step 2. Please uncheck the “Use hardware-accelerated encoding” box to try to export again.

Uncheck Use hardware-accelerated encoding

Uncheck Use hardware-accelerated encoding

Step 3. Try to change the Video Resolution and export it again.

Step 4. Change the video aspect ratio and export.

How to Do if Your Video Object Lost Part of Sound after Exporting?

Some users may encounter this issue that sound gets lost after exporting. If you encounter such an issue, please refer to the steps below.

Step 1. Make sure which part of the sound is missing.

Step 2. Remove the transition corresponding to this sound part.

Step 3. Save or Export the video.

How to avoid video blurry or lagging after exporting?

Some users may experience the video blurry or lagging after exporting their video projects. How to avoid it? If you encounter such an issue, please read the instructions below.

Step 1. Download our Duo Video Converter from the Microsoft Store.
microsoft download

Step 2. Use the video converter to convert your original video to MP4 format.

Step 3. Change the setting to a lower resolution.

Step 4. Edit the converted video and save it in FilmForth.

How to improve the overlay quality after exporting?

Some users are frustrated to find that the overlay becomes blurry after exportation. And in the editing process, the pic in pic is good. What should be done? If you meet such an issue, please use this method.

You can change the output setting.

Or adjust your video resolution to a higher one.

Adjust to Higher Video Resolution

Adjust to Higher Video Resolution

What can I do if I fail to add an image or video using FilmForth?

Users may encounter such a situation — can’t add image or video files. What can I do to make it possible? Please use the following instructions.

Step 1. Check your form of the project.

Filmforth supports all of the images and video types in the Table below. The type of file matters because it affects the image quality (e.g., color depth and compression type) and features (e.g., animation and transparency).

PNG/JPG/JPEG/BMP/GIF/WEBP/MP4/WMV/AVI/WEBM/TS/3GP/3GPP/M4V/MOV/MKV/MTS/M2TS

Step 2. If you still can’t add the object, download Duo Video Converter.

microsoft download

Step 3. Use the video converter to convert your original video to MP4 format.

Brighter or Turn Blue after Adding the Video Object

What’s the problem with the video object after importing to FilmForth and it becomes brighter or turns blue?

Some users may encounter this issue. No worry about it. When you export your video, the color and brightness are the same as imported before. If you still have this problem, follow the detailed step below.

Please uncheck the “Use hardware-accelerated encoding” box to try to export again.

Uncheck Use hardware-accelerated encoding

Uncheck Use hardware-accelerated encoding

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Karen is a professional writer with a background in column writing who enjoys resolving complex topics and explaining them in interesting ways.

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