I have used programs like movie maker and such over the years and recently I began to learn how to use Davinci Resolve. I picked this up with no issues and was editing software in no time. I went to buy a full copy and they dont sell to Canada, where I live. I spent a few hours hating Filmora and then decided to play with the grown ups and get Adobe.
I started editing clips, I shot in 60fps because I wanted to slow the footage down. I started to just throw clips in the time line like I would usually do and I got all the way to render and it would not render out the same video that I could play on the preview. I started watching YouTube videos, followed the recommended settings and some how I made things worse!
I followed the instructions to start with a new sequence, which I have done several times. Now, every video I export, in various settings all come out very choppy. I have no idea what I did wrong. I also have no idea why this feels so anti-intuitive. I am probably doing some small thing wrong but I have been trying to problem solve this myself for several hours. Can someone please help? I swear I am not dumb and it wont be a "Have you tried turning it on and off again" problem.
What are your export settings? Have you tried software rendering?
Yes I have tried software rendering, it is much slower. I have tried a dozen setting.
I can export a choppy file in any setting you want. The problem is finding the setting that dont turn my 4k Gimbaled DJI drone footage into garbage. I had no issue doing this in Resolve, I really dont get what I am doing wrong.
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Im trying to find out how to delete this - sorry. I am just going to cancel Adobe and use the free version of Resolve. Hopefully I can buy some software that works but I dont think Adobe is going to work for me.
What is the frame rate of your export?