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Tourist
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shortening before rendering on the fusion

I spent an hour and a half rolling and the Fusion recorded no problem, but now my computer times out before even the low res preview can be rendered by Fusion Studio.  When I look at the files I can see that they are manageable sized chunks (there's 13 Front and 13 back MP4s).  Can I stitch these smaller files individually rather than just rendering a full size 1.5 hour file?


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Re: shortening before rendering on the fusion

 

Thanks for trying @bluesurf81233

 

Make sure you have all the components for a specific file name.

You can also try creating one main folder then copy the FRNT and BCK folders containing the files you wish to render.

See if this method works.

 

Thanks!

Ej

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GoPro
Posts: 9,706

Re: shortening before rendering on the fusion

 

Hi @bluesurf81233

 

Yes. What you can do is sort out files to folders.

 

You can copy all the FRNT/ BCK mp4 .lrv, .thm and .wav files of a certain filename in one folder.

Ex : GPBCK4029 and GPFR4029
 

Then on Fusion Studio choose "Add Media".

 

Let us know if this works.

 

Thanks!

Ej

Tourist
Posts: 2

Re: shortening before rendering on the fusion

When I try this I get a red bar at the top of the page that says that there are files missing.

GoPro
Posts: 9,706

Re: shortening before rendering on the fusion

 

Thanks for trying @bluesurf81233

 

Make sure you have all the components for a specific file name.

You can also try creating one main folder then copy the FRNT and BCK folders containing the files you wish to render.

See if this method works.

 

Thanks!

Ej