The more powerful your computer, the faster HitFilm will perform. In addition to hardware, HitFilm performance depends on three factors:
If you are encountering slow performance it will be due to a combination of the above factors.
Adjusting the Resolution and Quality settings in the Viewer panel can help reduce the processor load and improve performance.
You can also improve performance in-program by disabling rendering features such as shadows, lighting, motion blur and depth of field, or by temporarily turning off layers you are not currently working on.
Always ensure that your drivers are up to date, especially your graphics card drivers.
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