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After rendering my final video have some convulsive movements at the beginning and in the middle.
00:07 - 00:15
01:46 - 01:49
After rendering my final video have some convulsive movements at the beginning and in the middle. Timecodes: 00:07 - 00:15 01:46 - 01:49
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I think the best way is to render only MIDI without my video. Than I will connect it with my video in Sony Vegas
I found an interesting thing. When I use your built-in MIDI (like Etude op. 10 no 4 or else) and my video - there is no any lags after rendering. Also, when I move the timeline so that notes first fall on the video for a few seconds, and then the video with my hands begins - there is no lags after rendering too. It seems like the problem is related in some way with MIDI.
Please render using Basic at 4K resolution - that would be the solution at this time. If you are still displeased with the way it looks when rendering with Basic at 4K Best quality, please upload that render so that I can clearly see what’s wrong. Thank you
Ok, I tried to render original video, recorded on Iphone X (format: .MOV) After AVPro there are still a lot of lags in final video. After Basic - all is ok (but the quality is worse as I said) So, the problem is not in input video format. It seems like a bag in AVPro rendering. I want to try to render using only CPU but I can't find this option
Did you increase the quality to Best, and the Resolution to 4K?
I tried to set "Basic" and it helped. But the video quality and size has decreased. The black background has become more gray, the picture quality is slightly worse So, the problem is curable. Tomorrow I will try to experiment with formats. Because now I really want to use only AVPro. Thank you for help. If there are some other ways to fix It without compromising quality, please tell me.
Ok - AVC is an unusual video format and is almost definitely the problem. Please convert the video to .mp4 before importing to SeeMusic.
10 mins, I will try it. original mp4 video first was rendered in Sony Vegas Pro 13 (Format: MainConcept AVC/AAC). I need to do it to hide errors and stops while playing the piano. Than I used this rendered video to work in SeeMusic. Can it be a reason?
Have you tried switching between “AVPro” and “Basic” in Create Video Settings?
Please try switching and let me know if it fixes the issue. Thank you
System: Windows 10, i7-4820K 3,7Ghz, 32Gb Ram, Gtx 780-ti
Version of SeeMusic: 3.0 uploaded all files to your email (they are too big to post here) Here is screen video from SeeMusic 3.0
For any rendering issues, I can try to help - but render issues usually are an issue with the specific device you are using or the format of the media you are using.
Before I can spend any time investigating, I would need all the information and files listed in “Rendering - Something is Wrong with the Finished Render”:
I’m also happy to refund and cancel the subscription.
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