08-01-2019 10:16 AM
I have a 4.3GHz i7, 32GB of RAM and two GTX 1080s in SLI. This machine can handle everything I throw at it in every media creation and consumption tool. 4K streams in Premiere, effects in After Effects. Playback and conversion of every H/x264 and x265 file.
Yet I have these issues with "Quik":
* Flickbook-like playback of 4K 60fps files.
(Not "choppy". Not "a bit slow". Unwatchably low framerates that hang the UI so I can't even edit or navigate the interface.)
* Inability to even export/render the video to a file.
I get a notification that my machine might not be powerful enough to render 4K 60fps - it won't even try. So I can't even extract the video with the overlays burned in.
This is unacceptable. The GoPro hardware is excellent. The quality of the video (played in ANYTHING OTHER THAN QUIK) is exceptional. I just can't use the tooling you provide to edit/create videos.
What other option do I have to render video with the gauges overlayed? Is there another tool that can read the metdata? Looking at these forums it seems GoPro are reluctant to admit they have a problem or to do anything about it. :(
08-01-2019 10:44 AM