Hi guys! I’m running into a problem with my exported drone videos. See: the workflow to edit my videos involves splitting them first to get usable individual clips, which I export and store to use them later in more elaborated videos. So, when I extract those clips I want them to have the same quality as the original videos, just shorter.
The original videos run smoothly on every video player that I have tried, but the exported videos don’t. I already tried the solution given in other shotcut topic (I can’t copy it here since the forum doesn’t allow me to place more than two links in this topic).
Specifically, I have tried the next solutions:
- Make video mode and export specifications match the ones of the original one (like resolution or FPS).
- Convert to edit-friendly.
- No parallel processing.
As the only thing I do to get the clips is split the video, there are no filters applied, no music or sound, no different source videos in the same project or any other alteration to the original video. This problem happened to me in my older computer, but it persists also in my new one.
You can see the exported video in the next link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sX_eO94zSAd18S4JR8FMcSUzBwdeU_XP/view?usp=drive_link
I’m not uploading the original video because it is quite long and, of course, just splitting it will result in the problem that I am showing here, but I can tell you that it is completely smooth.
Somebody was having the same issue using Adobe Premier Pro, this is how he solved it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6Kf6MSbCNI
Any ideas about how to solve this in Shotcut? Thank you guys!