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Hi all

was thinking of upgrading to 20 since i got a new 360 and better camera but the video is still at ... 4k?


i got a 5.7k camera for some years now.. since i bought the 16... why?

Will CL resollve this in 21?

thank you all https://facebook.com/ruipedroimagery
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optodata
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Thre are many discussions on the forum already about producing to any resolution you want using custom profiles. Here's one as an example.

If you'd like for CL to add higher default produce resolutions, the best place to file your request is to use File | Rate Us & Provide Suggestions from your current version of PD
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Quote Thre are many discussions on the forum already about producing to any resolution you want using custom profiles. Here's one as an example.

If you'd like for CL to add higher default produce resolutions, the best place to file your request is to use File | Rate Us & Provide Suggestions from your current version of PD


hi, thank you for your answer

the issue is in the "input side" of PD, not on the "output" side
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optodata
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I'm afraid I don't understand your question then. You can input any resolution video into PD without limits. 8K for example, but the default produce options are limited to 4K and below.

If you're trying to import a MOV clip and get any kind of "format not supported" message, that's most likely because your computer isn't properly configured to work with Apple's QuickTime codec. See this discussion for more details.
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Quote I'm afraid I don't understand your question then. You can input any resolution video into PD without limits. 8K for example, but the default produce options are limited to 4K and below.

If you're trying to import a MOV clip and get any kind of "format not supported" message, that's most likely because your computer isn't properly configured to work with Apple's QuickTime codec. See this discussion for more details.


you are so right, sorry, my bad

its a H264 almost 6k

this does not refer any resolution
https://www.cyberlink.com/support/faq-content.do?id=26470

but this one does and aparently this is not correct
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1680804-REG/cyberlink_pdr_ek00_rpm0_00_powerdirector_20_ultimate.html
Supported Video Files (Import)
360 video: equirectangular format MP4 (H.264), in up to 4K resolution in 2:1 aspect ratio

i just tried and i managed to see the file in PD media
yesterday, because of sume PEBCAK of mine it didnt work

thank you for your time and sorry once again
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