movie studio 2023 suite - 4k video edits

spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 4:20 PM

i have been using the software to edit videos from my video camera that was 10yrs old quite happily

i then got myself a 4k drone and also 4k video camera when i retired

the quality is great but when i import as 4k or lower resolution i get jitters on preview monitor

my laptop is an i5 so maybe its not upto the job

until i purchase a more powerful desktop

does anyone know what setting i could drop to on my laptop in the software to lose a little of the 4k jitters but still have a decent high quality video by the time i output finished product

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CubeAce wrote on 11/7/2023, 4:38 PM

@spuddy13

Hi Brian.

Have you tried selecting the lightning symbol and selecting 'reduce frame rate' and 'reduce resolution'?

Without knowing the complete specs of your computer it is hard to tell what the problem may be.

We would need.

CPU serial model and make.

GPU model and make. Current driver number.

Amount of physical ram.

Amount of disks in use, size, type, and amounts of free space on each.

Operating system. Build version.

Are you adding effects or titles or cross fades of any kind?

What file types and bit rate are the video clips? (MP4 or HEVC)

A jittery playback should have no bearing of the quality of the end result.

Alterations as I suggested will have no impact on the final render.

Ray.

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spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 4:50 PM

this is a belarc dump of pc to jpg

i will try lighning symbol

i checked two videos on my desktop and both are 3840 x 2160

25 frames/sec

but 4k has 6152kbps and videos from my phone have 3100kbps and they play ok

no effects just video input and play

they are mp4

i should edit a little and output

if i play 4k video on laptop using vlc its not working to well

but if i drop them onto my nas and play on smart tv all good

i think laptop just to old for my modern cameras

i have a ssd drive with ample space and 16gb memory

win 10 64bit

thanks for help so far

 

 

spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 5:07 PM

its terrible when your phone can play it with no issues and your laptop struggles

and thats where your edit software is :-(

CubeAce wrote on 11/7/2023, 5:42 PM

@spuddy13

Hi Brian.

Unfortunately the text on your images are too small for me to read. If I try to enlarge the image, the lettering gets blurry.

How many years old is the computer?

My processor came out in 2019 and is already beginning to show its age.

If you have a new phone then you have the latest processor but even the phone may struggle to edit such files as playing files and editing them are two completely different things to do requiring much more processing power.

Just be thankful you are using MP4 files as HEVC files are much more processor intensive to handle.

There is also proxy editing and preview rendering but results can be mixed and require additional steps and more disk space.

New cameras on the whole have been my main cause of needing to upgrade a computer.

Ray.

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spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 5:45 PM

if i import in 4k and play on timeline i get the jitters

if i export as mp4 and at 3840 x 2160

25 frames sec

and rate of 6152kbps like original

then reimport mp4 i

ust created onto the

timeline it plays fine and quality ok

whats the diference between it and original

 

 

 

 

 

Former user wrote on 11/7/2023, 5:51 PM

@spuddy13 Hi, even cut & enlarged that pic of your PC specs is pretty much impossible to read. You

These are your pics

A better picture would be if you right click on the taskbar at the bottom of your screen, Taskmanager - Performance, enlarge the window so it shows everything in the column on the left, click on CPU & share a pic like this.

You say the videos are MP4 but that doesn't tell us much, MP4 is just a container, a bit like a folder on your PC, within that MP4 container is a lot of information that may determine how well your videos play in Magix,

There's an App called MediaInfo, download it, it's free & a fast download with no added adverts or any of that rubbish. https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo
After downloading, right click on the media file in your Windows folder, open MediaInfo, choose Text from the options at the top, Copy & paste the information in a new comment on here 👍

Like this

-------

Just be thankful you are using MP4 files as HEVC files are much more processor intensive to handle.

@CubeAce Hi, you keep writing this, MP4 can be either AVC or HEVC, the difference is how the information is compressed. If the OP has HDR turned on on the phone it will produce an MP4 HEVC, if HDR is turned off it will produce an MP4 AVC. @spuddy13 4K creates bigger file sizes, AVC although it is still used it is becoming dated, with bigger better high resolution video being created a new way needed to be found to compress that greater information for storage, so HEVC was developed, it compresses the info better & also at a better quality but some software isn't 100% compatible with it & it's also more stressful on PCs. Either HEVC & AVC can be in an MP4 container.

There's a very good chance your new drone footage is HEVC in an MP4 container, the MediaInfo would be good to know about that.

spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 5:53 PM

Ray,

 

my phones 5 years old but it needs replaced

and the bios and cpu of laptop is 2015

my laptop was ok till i got my 4k drone and video cammera this month

i retired so now its playtime

i will look at getting a new desktop and dual monitors for my editing

and i fancy one of these meta quest immersed vr stuff

i certainly don,t behave like a 63 year old retired person

thanks so much for your help tonight

appreciated

 

spuddy13 wrote on 11/7/2023, 6:24 PM

gid

i did the outputs

but the software does not do txt files

its 00:30 in uk

i will come back on with details tomorrow

 

thanks everyone for responses

 

 

Former user wrote on 11/7/2023, 6:25 PM

@spuddy13

if i import in 4k and play on timeline i get the jitters

if i export as mp4 and at 3840 x 2160

25 frames sec

and rate of 6152kbps like original

then reimport mp4 i

ust created onto the

timeline it plays fine and quality ok

whats the diference between it and original

 

You are exporting H.264 MP4 (MPEG-4), H.264 is AVC, H.265 is HEVC, the difference is in my comment above, there's a fairly good chance your phone/drone footage is Variable frame rate which can be harder for an editor to work with, if the videos are also HEVC that adds extra pressure to the editor. When you export at H.264 it creates an MP4 AVC Constant frame rate video, AVC has been around for yrs & 100% compatible so along with the constant frame rate makes an easy to edit or playback video.

In basic terms -

MP4 HEVC Variable frame rate = bad

MP4 AVC Constant frame rate = Good.

Former user wrote on 11/7/2023, 6:35 PM

gid

i did the outputs

but the software does not do txt files

its 00:30 in uk

i will come back on with details tomorrow

 

thanks everyone for responses

@spuddy13 I'm in the UK too, Leeds.

You choose Text from the options at the top of the window. I show it in the video.

AAProds wrote on 11/7/2023, 8:28 PM

@spuddy13

does anyone know what setting i could drop to on my laptop in the software to lose a little of the 4k jitters but still have a decent high quality video by the time i output finished product

Until you get your new machine, you can use Proxy editing (briefly mentioned by Ray).

Drag all your files onto the timeline, then go into the movie settings (key E). Click "Automatically create proxy files" and let Magix create the proxy files (this does take time and will consume about a 1/4 of the size of your original's extra disk space).

On the lightning bolt, right-click and tick "use proxy objects".

You can then edit in high speed with great responsiveness and still export in full quality.

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All my forum comments are based on or refer to my System 1.

My struggle is over! I built my (now) system 2 in 2011 when DV was king and MPEG 2 was just coming onto the scene and I needed a more powerful system to cope. Since then we've advanced to MP4 and to bigger and bigger resolutions. I was really suffering, not so much in editing (with proxies) but in encoding, which just took ages. A video, with Neat Video noise reduction applied, would encode at 12% of film speed. My new system 1 does the same job at 160% of film speed. Marvellous. I'm keeping my old system as a capture station for analogue video tapes and DV.

System 1

Windows 11 v23H2 severely modified by Openshell and ExplorerPatcher

Power supply: 850W Cooler Master (should have got modular)

CPU: Intel i7 13700K running at 3400mhz, cooled by a Kraken 2x140mm All In One liquid cooler.

RAM: 64gb (2x32gb sticks) G.Skill "Ripjaws" DDR4 3200Mhz

GPU 1: iGPU UHD 770

GPU 2: NVidia RTX 3060Ti Windforce 8gb

C drive: NVME 500gb

Various other SSD and HDDs.

Monitor: 27"/68cm Samsung, 2560 x 1440, 43 pixels/cm.

MEP 2021 version 20.0.1.80

Movie Studio 2023 version 22.0.3.172

Magix Video Easy version 7.0.1.145

System 2

(Still in use for TV and videotape capture)

Windows 10 v22H2

CPU: i5-750 at 2670mhz with 12gb RAM

Onboard IEEE1394 (Firewire) port

GPU: ATI Radeon HD 4770 (512mb) which is ignored by MEP

Hard drives: C Drive 256gb SSD, various other HDDs.

Monitor: Dell 22"/56cm, 1680x1050, 35 pixels/cm

MEP 2021 version 20.0.1.80

Movie Studio 2023 version 22.0.3.172

VPX 12

CubeAce wrote on 11/7/2023, 9:02 PM

@Former user

Hi Gid.

It is the act of dealing with the compression that makes the process more processor intensive that definitely makes the act of dealing with HEVC more processor intensive and difficult to deal with on any older system.

I do make that mistake and should be specific and say H264 easier to handle as opposed to H265 which is more difficult to handle and can cause problems and needs more processing power to handle.

It's just I never personally come across MP4 file containing HEVC as I have never owned a phone that produces them or owned a Go-Pro or cameras such as the Lumix series or drone (which is now new information to me and could possibly be shooting using HEVC) that can produce such files and tend to forget that MP4 can contain H265.

However if it is a DJI drone, most of their drones tend to mainly use H264 when shooting either MP4 or mov unless it is a DJI Mini 3 Pro 4K which can only use H265 when recording at 60fps. With most DJI drones you normally get an option to record and only produce files using H264 which for video editing would be a better choice in my opinion.

You do make one mistake yourself stating that HEVC encoded files will look better than AVC which is not true in itself. It is only true that the footage will look better for a given file size of video over the same length of time. HEVC can produce a smaller file size of equal or better quality over the same period of time than HEVC but allow the AVC file more bits to produce a larger file and quality could be equal.

There is also the question of the physical aspects of the tech shooting the files. More pixels will help produce a sharper image but will be noisier for a given ISO value in a given light situation, so a 10MP sensor can outperform a 40MP sensor with less data in a lower light situation. But I digress.

However @spuddy13 (Brian) stated that the rendered files were fine and not jittery which is not what tends to happen when exporting variable frame rate H265 footage from MMS. So I think in this instance variable frame rate is probably not the cause of the jittery playback but has a machine that is nearly nine years old and probably contains an even older processor. Probably using DDR3 memory and just plain not able to deal with 4K footage fast enough. Again, if it is a DJI drone then a file could probably have a bit rate of around 100mb/s

Certainly he is not going to gain any hardware acceleration from a processor that is using a GPU that is using an Intel® HD Graphics 4600 or older which could play 4K but probably isn't going to perform well with 4K footage in MMS 2023 unless the laptop also has an nvidia GeForce GTX 980M which by the sound of it, doesn't.

Ray.

 

 

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1 x 250GB Evo 970 NVMe: drive for C: drive backup 1 x 1TB Sabrent NVMe drive for Operating System / Programs only. 1X WD BLACK 1TB internal SATA 7,200rpm hard drives.1 for internal projects, 1 for Library clips/sounds/music/stills./backup of working projects. 1x500GB SSD current project only drive, 2x WD RED 2TB drives for latest footage storage. Total 21TB of 8 external WD drives for backup.

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Running MEP Premium 21.0.2.138 and VPX 20.0.3.180 (UDP3)

M Audio Axiom AIR Mini MIDI keyboard Ver 5.10.0.3507

VXP 14, MEP 2022, Vegas Studio 16, Vegas Pro 18, Cubase 4. CS6, NX Studio, Mixcraft 9 Pro.

Audio System 5 x matched bi-wired 150 watt Tannoy Reveal speakers plus one Tannoy 15" 250 watt sub with 5.1 class A amplifier. Tuned to room with Tannoy audio application.

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Rogers LS7 speakers run from Cambridge Audio P50 amplifier

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CubeAce wrote on 11/7/2023, 9:11 PM

@AAProds

Hi Al.

My personal experience using proxy files in VPX 14 is not helping to any greater extent with playback on my system, hence my comment on the results being variable. Pre-rendering works much better for me but any alteration to the editing means having to do another replacement pre-render and having to force the program that doesn't seem to think any part of my timeline needs pre-rendering.

MEP 2022 proxies seem smaller for a given file in the timeline and work better. For me at least, each progressive release of the Magix programs has left the use of proxy files less effective with each new release.

This is just my experience and why I have a reluctance to recommend it.

Ray.

 

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Asus ROG STRIX Z390-F Gaming motherboard Rev 1.xx with Supreme FX inboard audio using the S1220A code. Driver No 6.0.8960.1 Bios version 1401

Intel i9900K Coffee Lake 3.6 to 5.1GHz CPU with Intel UHD 630 Graphics .Driver version Graphics Driver 31.0.101.2128 for 7th-10th Gen Intel® with 64GB of 3200MHz Corsair DDR4 ram.

1000 watt EVGA modular power supply.

1 x 250GB Evo 970 NVMe: drive for C: drive backup 1 x 1TB Sabrent NVMe drive for Operating System / Programs only. 1X WD BLACK 1TB internal SATA 7,200rpm hard drives.1 for internal projects, 1 for Library clips/sounds/music/stills./backup of working projects. 1x500GB SSD current project only drive, 2x WD RED 2TB drives for latest footage storage. Total 21TB of 8 external WD drives for backup.

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Running MEP Premium 21.0.2.138 and VPX 20.0.3.180 (UDP3)

M Audio Axiom AIR Mini MIDI keyboard Ver 5.10.0.3507

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Audio System 5 x matched bi-wired 150 watt Tannoy Reveal speakers plus one Tannoy 15" 250 watt sub with 5.1 class A amplifier. Tuned to room with Tannoy audio application.

Ram Acoustic Studio speakers amplified by NAD amplifier.

Rogers LS7 speakers run from Cambridge Audio P50 amplifier

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AAProds wrote on 11/7/2023, 10:01 PM

Don't know what happened there, I edited my earlier post and then it reappeared here. Anyway, as I was saying...

@CubeAce

For me at least, each progressive release of the Magix programs has left the use of proxy files less effective with each new release.

Ray, I doubt it is the program changing. MXVs are MXVs are MXVs. Obviously, as computers become more powerful, the "need" or "effectiveness" of proxies becomes less. Certainly though, even on my machine, proxies perform visibly much better than the raw files, not that I "need" them (proxies, that is).

In @spuddy13's current situation, proxies would be a great benefit IMO.

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All my forum comments are based on or refer to my System 1.

My struggle is over! I built my (now) system 2 in 2011 when DV was king and MPEG 2 was just coming onto the scene and I needed a more powerful system to cope. Since then we've advanced to MP4 and to bigger and bigger resolutions. I was really suffering, not so much in editing (with proxies) but in encoding, which just took ages. A video, with Neat Video noise reduction applied, would encode at 12% of film speed. My new system 1 does the same job at 160% of film speed. Marvellous. I'm keeping my old system as a capture station for analogue video tapes and DV.

System 1

Windows 11 v23H2 severely modified by Openshell and ExplorerPatcher

Power supply: 850W Cooler Master (should have got modular)

CPU: Intel i7 13700K running at 3400mhz, cooled by a Kraken 2x140mm All In One liquid cooler.

RAM: 64gb (2x32gb sticks) G.Skill "Ripjaws" DDR4 3200Mhz

GPU 1: iGPU UHD 770

GPU 2: NVidia RTX 3060Ti Windforce 8gb

C drive: NVME 500gb

Various other SSD and HDDs.

Monitor: 27"/68cm Samsung, 2560 x 1440, 43 pixels/cm.

MEP 2021 version 20.0.1.80

Movie Studio 2023 version 22.0.3.172

Magix Video Easy version 7.0.1.145

System 2

(Still in use for TV and videotape capture)

Windows 10 v22H2

CPU: i5-750 at 2670mhz with 12gb RAM

Onboard IEEE1394 (Firewire) port

GPU: ATI Radeon HD 4770 (512mb) which is ignored by MEP

Hard drives: C Drive 256gb SSD, various other HDDs.

Monitor: Dell 22"/56cm, 1680x1050, 35 pixels/cm

MEP 2021 version 20.0.1.80

Movie Studio 2023 version 22.0.3.172

VPX 12

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:45 PM

i finaly got the time to take some image snaps

 

4k camcorder settings

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:46 PM

4k drone settings

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:46 PM

phone videos ok on edit as not 4k

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:47 PM

videos from 10yr old panasonic video camera, ok on edit again

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:49 PM

task mgr of 2015 laptop that was ok till i put 8k files in front of it

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 1:49 PM

will print off all suggestions and try proxy suggestion

thanks everyone

johnebaker wrote on 11/9/2023, 3:04 PM

@spuddy13

Hi

Have you posted the correct MediaInfo data for the 4K drone video?

What is the make/model of the drone?

If the data is correct then the video is not 4K, it is 720p 1280 x 720 and should not be causing any issues.

John EB
Forum Moderator

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Sony FDR-AX53e Video camera, DJI Osmo Action 3 and Sony HDR-AS30V Sports cams.

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 4:53 PM

John EB

 

thanks for spotting that

i was unaware of this

i scanned another film and its 1280 x 720

 

heres the spec of the holystone 720e drone

 

Camera

Operating Frequency5.7~5.8Ghz

Lens Angle:FOV 130°

Adjustable Range:-90°~0°

Resolution in TF Card:3840 x 2160P

Resolution on mobile phone:Photo:1920 x 1080P / Video: 1280 x 720P

Live View Quality:4K@30fps

Supported TF Card:128GB (Not included)

 

 

but what i learned it sends the reduced resolution via wifi to phone but the 4k should be on the sd card on drone

i removed chip now but struggling to find the videos on the chip my laptop not mounting drive

so i put the reduced resolution on my nas to play videos on smart tv and thought it was 4k

cannot thank you enough

 

 

spuddy13 wrote on 11/9/2023, 5:08 PM

 

drone is 4k on sd card

its just the wifi copy to the monitor on phone that gets reduced

 

but i was unaware of this amd put reduced resolution copy on my nas for viewing on tv

CubeAce wrote on 11/9/2023, 7:15 PM

@spuddy13

Hi Brian.

Well the good news is your processor is 6th generation with an HD 530 graphics chip that seems to be doing some work and you have nvidia graphics as well but I can't see what it is and doesn't appear to be doing anything do help out. It may be it is not supported or it could be it is not enabled in the program or has to work through the Intel chip. If you could use the task manager again and click on it's box you will get the information on what it is.

I don't know if the following is causing problems or not but you have video clips at 25 frames per second 30 frames per second (also allowing the 29.271 fps clip) one variable frame rate going from 5.623 frames per second to 29.841 fps that you say is not a problem and two different audio frame rates. The 25 frames per second is also interlaced although I never have to deal with those so no idea if they can be mixed or not. Al or John are better placed to say about that.

What I would suggest is you go to the nvidia website and the intel website and check for the latest drivers.

Then check your program settings and find out if both graphics cards could be used.

File / Settings / Program / Device Options, and see what is available in the drop down boxes.

@AAProds

Hi Al.

I don't know how you use or used MXV files or were aware that at one time you could change the quality and bit rates of them. It was taken away when Magix started to make their programs more viewable on 4K screens.

VPX was always better with them than MEP.

VPX 12 MEP 2020 and 2021

I'm not sure whether VPX 13 had it taken away or not as I skipped that version but

VPX 14 and MEP 2022

Looking at some of Brian's file data I'm not sure all of them would get proxy files made.

Ray.

 

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Intel i9900K Coffee Lake 3.6 to 5.1GHz CPU with Intel UHD 630 Graphics .Driver version Graphics Driver 31.0.101.2128 for 7th-10th Gen Intel® with 64GB of 3200MHz Corsair DDR4 ram.

1000 watt EVGA modular power supply.

1 x 250GB Evo 970 NVMe: drive for C: drive backup 1 x 1TB Sabrent NVMe drive for Operating System / Programs only. 1X WD BLACK 1TB internal SATA 7,200rpm hard drives.1 for internal projects, 1 for Library clips/sounds/music/stills./backup of working projects. 1x500GB SSD current project only drive, 2x WD RED 2TB drives for latest footage storage. Total 21TB of 8 external WD drives for backup.

ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 12GB. nVidia Studio driver version 555.99. - 3584xCUDA cores Direct X 12.1. Memory interface 192bit Memory bandwidth 360.05GB/s 12GB of dedicated GDDR6 video memory, shared system memory 16307MB PCi Express x8 Gen3. Two Samsung 27" LED SA350 monitors with 5000000:1 contrast ratios at 60Hz.

Running MEP Premium 21.0.2.138 and VPX 20.0.3.180 (UDP3)

M Audio Axiom AIR Mini MIDI keyboard Ver 5.10.0.3507

VXP 14, MEP 2022, Vegas Studio 16, Vegas Pro 18, Cubase 4. CS6, NX Studio, Mixcraft 9 Pro.

Audio System 5 x matched bi-wired 150 watt Tannoy Reveal speakers plus one Tannoy 15" 250 watt sub with 5.1 class A amplifier. Tuned to room with Tannoy audio application.

Ram Acoustic Studio speakers amplified by NAD amplifier.

Rogers LS7 speakers run from Cambridge Audio P50 amplifier

Schrodinger's Backup. "The condition of any backup is unknown until a restore is attempted."