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  • Fri, Jul 14 2017 8:45 PM

    Difficult / Dropped / Skipped Frame

    What does this mean ?

  • Sat, Jul 15 2017 12:46 PM In reply to

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    Re: Difficult / Dropped / Skipped Frame

    Asaf, we need a lot more information than this!

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  • Sat, Jul 15 2017 12:56 PM In reply to

    Re: Difficult / Dropped / Skipped Frame

    For example, what format/frame rate is your project, and what format/frame rate is your media? What are the system specifications of the computer you're using? What version of Media Composer are you using?

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  • Sat, Jul 15 2017 2:57 PM In reply to

    Re: Difficult / Dropped / Skipped Frame

    I'm using 1080p/60 and UHD/60p - using the Console's "SkippedFrames" - it tells me I get 0 dropped frames buty 5 skipped frames and 1 difficult frame.  I'm just curious what these terms mean:

     

    SkippedFrame

    DroppedFrame

    DifficultFrame

     

    I'd like an explanation as to what these terms means in Avid.

    Thank you,

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