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cbenci | 7 years ago | 1 comment | 1,256 views

Hi there,

Really like the new v12 - it's fantastic!

I know the feature requests have probably been made in some form or another, but I'd like to add my voice.

Motion Blur

This one would save me a heap of time and take the program to the next level. Even just a simple frame averaging function with selectable 8, 16, 32 and 64 samples in the average. I find 64 samples enough for broadcast applications.

Super High Quality on Export option

I could be wrong, but I feel the older versions exported at a higher quality. The simplified quality settings are very helpful, but I just feel like the curve and anti-alias quality isn't what it used to be. Please correct me if I am wrong :)

I have tried changing the settings in the Nvidia control panel for the anti-alias quality but it has no effect on the video output.

Regardless, a ‘Super High Quality on Export’ option would be fantastic. I don’t think we need any higher that the current High Quality when we are in the program working on the animation, just the highest quality when we are exporting.

Keep up the fantastic work and it is a pleasure to support such a high quality and affordable piece of software!

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Motion blur is something we would love to add. But since this is something that can easily been done as post processing in your NLE it has not top priority. We try to focus on effects that are not or difficult to do in other apps. Depth of field (DOF) for example can not been done in your NLE, so this is more valuable to BluffTitler.

You quality remark puzzles me because quality has improved in version 12. Some thoughts:

Edit in normal and export in high quality: choose SETTINGS > NORMAL/HIGH QUALITY

Make sure the export resolution is set correctly: choose FILE > SET SHOW RESOLUTION...

Antialiasing depends on the available free video memory so maybe closing other apps, using a lower desktop resolution or installing a graphics card with more video memory might help.

michiel, 7 years ago

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