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Brand new Asus 6700HQ, 16gig, GTX1060 and STUTTERING FOOTAGE???
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DoubleUthings
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Hi, guys!

I just bought a brand new Asus Strix GL702 with 6700HQ i7, 16 gig RAM and NVIDIA GTX1060 6GB, so I thought my days of annoyingly slow and impossible-to-edit footage was over (I have PD13 and ColorDirector 3, both legal versions)

Until I tried to color correct some GoPro 1920x1080 60fps MP4 footage ... The footage is stuttering!!! I would have thought my laptop is more than fast enough to handle this.

Can anybody tell me if I'm doing something wrong? Or is this laptop still not fast enough...?

I already asked Cyberlink, but their solution is to use non-real time preview mode. But if you don't use real time preview, you can't add music or voice overs, because the speed of the footage is not good.

Can anybody help me out? And please do not react on this post if you don't really have a solution.

Thanx in @dvance!!

Wim
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Hatti
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It is a very fast Computer indeed. But unfortunately not fast enough for PowerDirector in combination with ColorDirector. Therefore you need a supercomputer like a cray or so. ColorDirector is really amazing, but very slow. As I said already in an other thread, the rendering time is grwon by the factor of 30, when using PowerDirector together with ColorDirector. And it does not work in realtime in PowerDirector, no way. Even if you activate the shadow file in preferences.



Hatti i7-4790k, 32GB Ram, 256 GB SSD, SATA 2TB, SATA 4TB, NVidia GTX960 4 GB, LG 34" 4K Wide, AOC 24" 1080
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DoubleUthings
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wrote: It is a very fast Computer indeed. But unfortunately not fast enough for PowerDirector in combination with ColorDirector. Therefore you need a supercomputer like a cray or so. ColorDirector is really amazing, but very slow. As I said already in an other thread, the rendering time is grwon by the factor of 30, when using PowerDirector together with ColorDirector. And it does not work in realtime in PowerDirector, no way. Even if you activate the shadow file in preferences.



Hatti




Thanx for the info, Hatti!

In the meantime I tried DaVinci Resolve, and that color correction works way better on my laptop. So I'll just have to work my way around it or switch to Resolve altogether.

But good too hear that I didn't buy the wrong laptop :



Greetingz,

Wim
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