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For performance, I would not use a USB stick, and as far as I know, this isn’t supported as well. I would recommend an external hard drive or for best performance the internal SSD. If you still have problems, you should reset the FCPX settings. To do so quit FCPX then find the FCPX program icon in the application folder and hold down the command and option ...


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Research how to use proxies. Proxies are copies of your original footage encoded at lower resolution, lower quality, or just in a less processor-intensive codec. You use them while you're working on your project, and then swap back the high quality files when you do your final export. A bit like offline and online video editing from the days when dinosaurs ...


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Most likely, the issue is with the codec you're trying to edit. Temporal compression schemes require a lot of on-the-fly processing to decode. Players are optimized to do this sequential decode, but by definition, NLE's are non-linear. All of the talk you see about proxies is really about converting temporally compressed formats into either uncompressed ...


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'map' selects input sources, files in this case. Your command combines all the tracks into a single stream, not separate ones as desired.


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Use Blender Make a reflective brushed material And make compositing


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As of resolve 16.2, it’s not possible to organize media from the cut page that way. Switch to the edit page. All of the edits you’ve made will persist, and you’ll be able to drag timeline clips to bins from there (this creates subclips). You can then switch back to the cut page and continue to work if that's what you prefer.


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Make videos from images: ffmpeg -loop 1 -framerate 24 -t 5 -i image0.png -loop 1 -framerate 24 -t 5 -i image1.jpg -loop 1 -framerate 24 -t 5 -i image2.jpg -f lavfi -i anullsrc=cl=stereo:r=44100 -filter_complex "[0]fade=t=in:duration=1,format=yuv420p[v0];[1]format=yuv420p[v1];[2]format=yuv420p[v2]" -map "[v0]" -map 3 -shortest pre1.mp4 -map "[v1]" -map 3 -...


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You can use Unscreen, an AI tool that can remove backgrounds from a video. The free version do have some limitations imposed but it is good enough for small applications. Source


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