@NormanPCN wow. Some good info in that writeup. While you've obviously only tested your own machines I still think you've tested more thoroughly than anyone else. For example I've never really noticed the render client being a transient process.
I made a couple motion tracks in composite shot and selected stabilization box for a couple parts where the camera wanders around a bit. I then used Scale and Position controls in the composite shot to keyframe and do pan and zoom effects. That's about it.
I'm still learning and certainly don't have it mastered but have it down enough to start applying it to some other projects.
NormanPCN if ever you were a perfect guest.
For most users out there I would say get over UHD/4K. Unless you have a power machine. The edit experience will just be smoother. There are just a ton of pixels to process at 4K. That and delivery/viewing formats/bitrates typically do not do 4K true justice. There is the whole Youtube better encoder setting(s) for 1440+ rez but that is a whole other topic.
I think I am just going to stop. Any questions, hit me up.
then this it was what I got wrong.
Now I will have to twiddle with the camera settings I guess. It's great to have all those different views, but it still is confusing at times to get the right preview of what is happening.
Excellent : ) I have a couple cheap cameras and they probably were on 720, I just got a runcam 2 4k to get most flying footage , now Im exited to try that. Thank you for your responses!
Hello again my companions! :)
If you would like to see some animated stuff, here you go:
As always made with my unbeatable set - HitFilm Pro + TitlerPro.
Have a nice watch :)
Like the effect, one comment was the audio clearly was from the camera or phone recording the scene, it would be better if you had a had a local recorder. Try using a phone near you.
@leijahdugue Nice zoom into the eye and a great wormhole! Good going.