11-21-2018 09:52 PM
After tests and tests looking for solutions, were found some details about this error "unable to create decoders" with relationship a AMD video cards, sure
My test in my DELL XPS8900
With AMD Radeon HD 8700 - error
With AMD Radeon HD 8500 - error
With Geforce GTX 750 - OK
With onboard Intel 4000 - OK
Our team is already looking into this error on the latest version.
In the mean time, you may use 1.1 to render files.
Tested in GPF software 1.1 / 1.2 and 1.3.
11-22-2018 01:32 AM
As I have mentioned on other pages I have found that besides the AMD video card problem there is a problem with 360 Audio in versions above 1.1.
With a Nvidia 1060 GPU I found that version 1.3 would not render 4k or 5.2k videos in 360 Audio if the default encoder is selected. If I change from the CineForm '422 High' which seems to be the one the program selects, to ProRes 422 the memory does not fill up and I can render the video at 5.2Kresolution and 360 Audio.
11-25-2018 06:07 PM
Does anybody know what the minimum video card is that will allow rendering of videos in Fusion Studio? I'm not a gamer, so I don't want to shell out for a GTX 1080. Does the 1050 ti with 4GB of RAM work properly? Currently, I am getting by using the Android app, which is fine for creating Tiny planets, but doesn't allow you to stitch and export a 360 photo. I'm loving the creative possibilities of this camera, but the post-processing software has been pretty painful so far...
11-25-2018 10:45 PM
11-26-2018 09:25 PM
Thanks for the recommendations! I don't use my PC much these days, so was hoping to get by without major upgrades. The beauty of the 1050Ti is that it is a 75 Watt part powered solely by the PCI Express slot, so should work out okay with my existing 350 watt power supply.
With my existing PC, I get some photos rendered successfully, but other photos and all videos cause Fusion Studio to crash. If adding a 1050Ti makes it stable, then I can evaluate whether the performance is acceptable, or whether I need to consider replacing my system (or alternatively, replacing the camera). A 1050Ti is about $200 here in Australia, which is not too bad as an experiment...