Guess this is not possible with Intel QSV, right? : )
Tried the Cineform option the other day (via HF export), the performance is much better but the file is also HUGE.
Handbraked videos (according to your suggestions) work better than the origina…
Not sure if this is the right place to discuss, but I think HF can definitely make use of a proper built-in "proxy" system.
To edit 4K videos smoothly on my rather limited box, I'd downscale videos in Handbrake, edit in HF, exit and replace the fil…
[Windows] Offers an option to stop the computer from entering sleep or Connected Standby mode during export in process.
Disabling HighDPI scaling kinda works for me. It makes HFP 2017 looks more like a professional video editing application, instead of a game that's designed for 5-year old because all UI elements are so big LOL.
Still, a more proper HighDPI support…
Thanks for the upgrade/subscription discussion, it's appreciated. Personally, I'm more inclined towards the upgrade model, but the subscription model has its merits as well, each to his/her own, afterall.
And now... I'd appreciate further if someon…
The same question puzzled me a while back then as well. Basically, as with many other things, you get what you pay for, up to a certain point whereas you're paying for the brandname.
Since there are quite a few types of handheld stabilizer, the fi…
Aladdin4d's above "folder switching" method to make editing 4K videos more bearable on less capable boxes. First try by using Handbrake to downscale videos to 1280/1080 is positive with limitations, as it was necessary to transform the videos to "fi…
Thanks for the replies and information.
A follow-up question, a 4-core CPU with basic integrated graphics versus a 2-core CPU with better graphics (e.g. Iris Pro level), which would be better for editing films in HF?
Transcoding with "fast decode" seems to help a bit, but still stutters somewhat.
My question is, as the video is stuttering in the trimmer (no edits, no effects, etc...), I wonder if HF does not use any hardware acceleration in this regard...?
Indeed rendering speed is not the main concern at the moment, but that just playing back the video in the trimmer stutters.
PC config: i5-4300U, 8GB RAM, SSD
Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : JVT
Codec ID : avc1 (avc1/isom)
Express can import 4K clips just fine. You do need a capable machine if you want a smooth NLE experience though.
While we're at it, is there a "4K pack" available for exporting in 4K resolution? Or the only option is to get the Pro edition?
@CedricBonnier Kudos and thanks for the detailed and thoughtful reply.
HF's use of Qt comes at a surprise to me. For some reasons it's stuck in my mind to be an ugly and slow thingy that doesn't truly belong to the Windows environment. But using H…