I too was hoping HF3 would introduce curves for motion and keyframes in general. It's one of the few instances where there really isn't much of a workaround; one just has to deal with it or use another program.
Here's what the NVIDIA control pannel says.
So far I haven't had any problems with the driver currently installed, it seems to only be after I update to the latest listed above.
Assuming I'm looking at the right thing, here's what I found.
Driver Provider: NVIDIA
Driver Date: 10/2/2012
Driver Version: 184.108.40.2067
Strangely enough, I just rendered out a fairly complicated scene with no problem. My guess is that the problem(s…
I might have found a partial/temporary solution. After rolling back my GPU drivers to the previous version I don't seem to have the layer halving problem anymore but then this problem returns. So far I've been doing my best to reduce the load on the…
I haven't had any more timeouts thankfully. The only recent change to my system was when I updated my GPU driver, after the timeout first occurred, although with my limited knowledge it's possible something was going on that I didn't know about. The…
My operating system is Windows 7, CPU is AMD Athlon II X4 645, I've got 6 gigs of RAM, and as mentioned before my GPU is the GTX 550 Ti.
Project file was uploaded as "LittleshyFiM_Project_Wintimeoutforum"
Also want to note that today Hit…
I've got a couple. I apologize if they've already been mentioned.
[*]A paint brush to draw masks frame by frame rather then needing to adjust unnecessary points. [Better yet, something like AE's Rotobrush; that would cause me to throw money a…
This happened to me a while ago. What I did was I unlinked the audio/video for the clip in question. Then I deleted the audio. Then get some kind of audio extractor (I used this one http://www.aoamedia.com/audioextractor.htm) and save the audio as …
The audio you are feeding HitFilm is no good. It's already messed up by YOU, when you first saved it.
I'm talking about the .WAV file you attached in the first post.
This is the video I'm feeding into Hitfilm; sounds fine during playback. It's aft…
That sample rate is too low. That's "phone line" quality, hence the popping. Although HF is displaying 48K, the file is NOT 48K.
Try re-rendering it in a different program. I know you can convert files in VLC media player for free. If that fixes the problem, the codec was probably messed up.
Hope that helps!
I think I already tried that; I rendered the file to WAV to…
I've got an audio problem too...not sure if I should post here or make a new topic. Excuse my newness :P
Anyway, is there a way to set Hitfilm's default audio device? Audio works with my headphones, but not my speakers. Format of audio doesn't seem …
I have Intel Pentium P6100 with 2.00 GHz.
At least, that's my CPU...I don't think I have a separate card for my graphics, it just says Intel HD graphics.
Sorry, I don't know much about computer hardware.