Look out for one in the next few days.
I think ram preview is needed in a future version as well though. That's the biggest thing missing for me right now. There will always be heavy comps where it's impossible for the hardware to keep up.
idomaqgic - what is your son doing with the software when it is slow? Is it when he's simply playing the video on its own, or when he's using particles, or 3D compositing?
Just a note: after the last update, the particle presets play back very smoothly. 100% difference for the better! Nice work!
The files from your Sony camera are likely AVCHD. We are currently working on licensing issues relating to AVCHD audio, which is why you are not getting any audio from the native format.
I think The MJpeg codec works best on Hitfilm. But there some quality differences. Can I edit the MJpeg codec and then render the AVCHD files?
This is a thread from 2011. If you have a specific question, please create a new topic
Well, I see most comments are from 2011, now it is 2017 and it seems Hitfilm will never get usefull on performance, I do use some video editing software, including VideoStudio X10, Blender and others, My computer is an i7 4770 3.4 Ghz, 16 GB ram, and double NVidia GTX 460 , and even with small videos 720 it is really a pain to work with it. And by the way, in many aspects compared to other editors lacks lots of functionality which makes the programs more pratical to use. In the editor no use of the wheel mouse, in the trimmer no volume control, and so on, but anyways with so bad graphics performance we need to wait till quantum computers arrive to the market. Thanks
The GTX 460 was released waaaaay back in 2010. It's a very old card with mediocre performance at this point.
"In the editor no use of the wheel mouse"
The mouse wheel is used. Hold down Ctrl to change the scale, and Alt to change the scroll offset.
"in the trimmer no volume control"
You can change the volume of your PC very easily. Is the lack of a software volume control really that big of an issue?