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  • Jerry
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    A couple of things:

    1. Are you saying that your Edius project file is located on an external USB drive? Or are you saying that the C drive is on a USB connection?
    2. Are you also saying that the only drive connected directly to the system by way of either SATA or M.2 is the ADTA? Please clarify.
    3. Did you not want me to see the actual titles?

    Do not use USB drives for your video storage or your project folder. These items should be connected internally
    for the fastest possible throughput.

    3. Use V tracks instead of title tracks for your titles.
    4. Here is a link showing several ways to capture a screen shot internally: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/7-ways-y...in-windows-10/

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  • Maxblack
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    Hi sorry for the late reply

    Got my new LG 27UL850-W today wow thinks look better I have attached photos of the timeline.
    My external drives are WD 525 SD and two usb 3 Toshiba drives ones got the program on and the other is my working drive the pc drive is ADTA SX6000PNP.

    Attached Files

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  • Jerry
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    Audio sampling should be 48k and the overscan should be zero%.
    Could you please post a screen shot of your timeline.
    Last edited by Jerry; 10-14-2020, 02:12 PM.

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  • Maxblack
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    Hi Jerry Thanks for getting back
    I do wait until the title renders and then return to timeline. Settings are as follows they may not be right.

    Frame Size : 1920 x 1080

    Frame Rate : 59.94

    Aspect Ratio : 1.0000

    Field order : Progressive

    Video Channels : YCbCr + Alpha

    Bit Depth : 8Bit

    Color Space : BT.709

    Stereoscopic Editing : Disable

    Audio

    Sampling Rate : 32000Hz

    Bit Depth : 24 Bit

    Channel : 2

    Setup

    Render format

    Grass Valley HQX Standard

    Over Scan Size : 3 %

    Audio Reference Level : -20.0dB

    Resampling method

    Area Average (Fast & Sharp)

    HDR/SDR gain : 6.15 dB

    Tone mapping : Soft Clip


    MANY THANKS

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  • Jerry
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    What are the Edius project settings?
    Do you wait until the title has rendered within the TP interface before returning to the Edius timeline?
    The render indicator is the green circle that will be around the play button.

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  • Maxblack
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    Thanks Monitor situation should be sorted by the weekend the Title pack is New Blue Titler Pro the buffer runs at about 256 to 258n? if that makes sense but when the timeline hits the Title the buffer is down to 1or 2 shame the Titles are good is there anything I can do?
    I am just going to the new blue in Edius and making title and saving it to the title track in the time line its all trial and error at the moment. ;)

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  • GrassValley_PS
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    Probably not. More likely you are dropping frames which can happen with third party programs. Watch your Buffer setting to confirm the dropped frames.

    But it is a shame to have a vga connection. ;-)

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  • Maxblack
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    Timeline Stutters With New Blue Animated Titles

    Hi New to EDIUS 9
    I am getting the timeline stuttering on play back when it reaches titles I was wondering could it be the monitor it only has a VGA input I have a new LG monitor ordered with HDMI DP ports.

    MANY THANKS


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