01-01-2020 10:36 AM
I'm hitting issues with very patchy playback. This happens if you pause and press play a few times in a row, or especially when you pause and add a highlight. As you can see I have a Quadro on a brand new desktop, so it's not my specs, but how Quik uses them. Whatever it is, the decode engine spikes insanely on the lag.
What decoder is Quik using? Looks like my Hero 7 Black was recorded in 1440/60 and in settings it says "H.264 + HVEC", so according to NVIDIA, my GPU supports it
01-22-2020 02:25 PM
I have the same problem.
When playing a HEVC video, QUIK slows down to a slideshow in a few seconds. It worked fine with x264 videos.
I'm running a Ryzen 1700 with GeForce 1080.
Please forward this to a developer:
There's a problem with your HEVC. It seems to work only on Intel hardware. It doesn't use the NVidia 1080 card at all. Even a software decoder should work fine on an 8-core Ryzen. These videos play fine on my computer with software other than QUIK.
01-22-2020 04:23 PM
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