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  • #16
    Basically, it comes down to processor and overall system 'grunt.'

    What you need to do is prepare a 1 or 2 minute sample file that users can download to test on their respective systems.
    Two files would be better. An 8 bit and a 10 bit file, both at the highest frame rate that you will ever use. For you, I would use a 3840x2160 50p base file.

    Get someone with an overclocked 9900k and if Barry C is willing to test your XF-705 H.265 files on his Threadripper 3960X, these two tests alone would give you the much needed information.

    The turning point of the Intel decode within Edius came with the Intel 7700K.
    This is the same Intel GPU in the 9900k. This won't change until the 11th Gen Tiger Lake chips and the Xe GPU.

    Finding out if the Threadripper 3960X can play the file you make would be of interest to many on the forum. Barry's system has played many layers of H.265 in other tests.

    The XF-705 files have shown to be an issue with other NLE's as well.
    If you don't have Edius Workgroup, you could start UHD projects and then change the frame size to 1920x1080 to edit. When finished, just change the frame size back to 3840x2160 and export.

    Just some ideas for you to try.

    You can find Barry C on the forum.
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    • #17
      spinning head

      Many thanks for that, I have to confess that I have just seen and printed out your response so that I can hopefully make more sense of it when my head stops spinning. I would blame it on the virus but I think it's more based on stupidity.
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