SpeedEdit Oops I messed up config.bat



Navigate to C:/Program Files/NewTek/SpeedEdit2 and then look for a .bat file named Clean SpeedEdit Configuration and run that.  This will clear some of the SpeedEdit settings back to default and maybe also help towards the issue.

oops I messed up config.bat

This should run a quick command line program that will clear the settings for SpeedEdit which should allow the program to work normally.

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