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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby asik1 » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:32 pm

BJC wrote:Videostudio has several FX's for cross and overlaps pepegota - what exactly do you mean


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He ment center, start or end.
VS defult is start, the transition will start at the start of the next clip so it must shift it to left.
if it was centerd the clips wont move but the must provide enough frames prior to the cut.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby RobertOZ » Tue Feb 19, 2019 12:56 am

Or like Adobe Premiere Elements where you can choose to place the transition at the end of the clip, between the 2 clips or at the start of the next clip
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby iNate » Wed Feb 20, 2019 12:48 am

1jhill wrote:I see, that makes more sense. Well hoping they can patch in AMD VCD support as I would like to hold out for Navi to see what it delivers. Supposedly the new 20 series of cards have a better encoder for Nvidia than previous 10 series, I know AMD encoder isn’t supposed to be as good but no one knows what will be in Navi and it’s supposed to be AMD’s first true attempt at regaining some market share.

Or you can just use an NLE that supports AMD Decode/Encode Acceleration. Those actually exist in the consumer market... so I'm not sure why anyone would waste years asking for it, or being frustrated by the lack of it, in any particularly piece of software...

You should always configure the machine you're buying or building based on the software you plan to run on it.

You don't build a computer to run Premiere Pro [for example] with a Ryzen CPU and AMD Graphics. You get Intel with Nvidia. Same for any other piece of software. Yes, the suboptimal components will "work," but they are "suboptimal."

At the end of the day, Hardware Encoding is underrated, anyways. It's going to degrade quality on already low quality 8-Bit H.264/HEVC, in most cases. And then you will lose more quality when you upload to sites like YouTube. Render while you're at lunch, or something :-P
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby 1jhill » Wed Feb 20, 2019 9:42 am

iNate wrote:
1jhill wrote:I see, that makes more sense. Well hoping they can patch in AMD VCD support as I would like to hold out for Navi to see what it delivers. Supposedly the new 20 series of cards have a better encoder for Nvidia than previous 10 series, I know AMD encoder isn’t supposed to be as good but no one knows what will be in Navi and it’s supposed to be AMD’s first true attempt at regaining some market share.

Or you can just use an NLE that supports AMD Decode/Encode Acceleration. Those actually exist in the consumer market... so I'm not sure why anyone would waste years asking for it, or being frustrated by the lack of it, in any particularly piece of software...

You should always configure the machine you're buying or building based on the software you plan to run on it.

You don't build a computer to run Premiere Pro [for example] with a Ryzen CPU and AMD Graphics. You get Intel with Nvidia. Same for any other piece of software. Yes, the suboptimal components will "work," but they are "suboptimal."

At the end of the day, Hardware Encoding is underrated, anyways. It's going to degrade quality on already low quality 8-Bit H.264/HEVC, in most cases. And then you will lose more quality when you upload to sites like YouTube. Render while you're at lunch, or something :-P


Yes those NLE’s exist but the one I saw that had it for sure (cyberlink) didn’t have the same plugin package I wanted.

Building a pc for specific use at consumer level is not realistic in the least unless your gonna tell people to build one pc for gaming or even gaming while streaming which AMD cpu currently do better and depending on game AMD GPU can do better when price is a factor, and then another pc for video editing oh and then also do some light CAD work so there is another PC. Consumer level PC are built for general use, hence why consumer software should be designed for general hardware first in my opinion.

I’ve heard the claims of hardware encode quality issues but then asked the community (using pinnacle but I’m assuming same engine as VSP as they appear to be similar) and while the intel was noticeable worse the Nvidia CUDA showed no difference if not even better with same render settings and user reported noticeable improved render times.

At the end of the day it’s not the end of the world but as the title states “wishlist” so that’s something I would prefer is to have the ability for the software to support all hardware options and not have the software support as a consideration when buying hardware. May not sway my final decision when buying but it would be nice not to be a concern.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby weaver » Wed Feb 20, 2019 4:03 pm

I would like to have also some support for external control device, like mouse wheel or joystick, or just a simple lever to control the speed of the selected video sequence. ( Slow motion option for sport videos).
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby pepegota » Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:44 pm

That next year's upgrade is not a repeat of this year's.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby TonyP » Mon Mar 25, 2019 10:56 pm

1jhill wrote:
iNate wrote:
1jhill wrote:I see, that makes more sense. Well hoping they can patch in AMD VCD support as I would like to hold out for Navi to see what it delivers. Supposedly the new 20 series of cards have a better encoder for Nvidia than previous 10 series, I know AMD encoder isn’t supposed to be as good but no one knows what will be in Navi and it’s supposed to be AMD’s first true attempt at regaining some market share.

Or you can just use an NLE that supports AMD Decode/Encode Acceleration. Those actually exist in the consumer market... so I'm not sure why anyone would waste years asking for it, or being frustrated by the lack of it, in any particularly piece of software...

You should always configure the machine you're buying or building based on the software you plan to run on it.

You don't build a computer to run Premiere Pro [for example] with a Ryzen CPU and AMD Graphics. You get Intel with Nvidia. Same for any other piece of software. Yes, the suboptimal components will "work," but they are "suboptimal."

At the end of the day, Hardware Encoding is underrated, anyways. It's going to degrade quality on already low quality 8-Bit H.264/HEVC, in most cases. And then you will lose more quality when you upload to sites like YouTube. Render while you're at lunch, or something :-P


Yes those NLE’s exist but the one I saw that had it for sure (cyberlink) didn’t have the same plugin package I wanted.

Building a pc for specific use at consumer level is not realistic in the least unless your gonna tell people to build one pc for gaming or even gaming while streaming which AMD cpu currently do better and depending on game AMD GPU can do better when price is a factor, and then another pc for video editing oh and then also do some light CAD work so there is another PC. Consumer level PC are built for general use, hence why consumer software should be designed for general hardware first in my opinion.

I’ve heard the claims of hardware encode quality issues but then asked the community (using pinnacle but I’m assuming same engine as VSP as they appear to be similar) and while the intel was noticeable worse the Nvidia CUDA showed no difference if not even better with same render settings and user reported noticeable improved render times.

At the end of the day it’s not the end of the world but as the title states “wishlist” so that’s something I would prefer is to have the ability for the software to support all hardware options and not have the software support as a consideration when buying hardware. May not sway my final decision when buying but it would be nice not to be a concern.


Pinnacle and VS are entirely different pieces of software and do not use the same engine. While they might share some features, that's about as far as it goes under the "hood". They also edit much differently.
As for wanting AMD GPU support, I too am for it. Make it OpenCL so both Nvidia and AMD will benefit. That's my "wish list".

I am using an all AMD computer for many different tasks. While it's not the end of the world if VS doesn't get AMD support (then they should change their system requirements to reflect that HEVC is NOT supported with AMD), I am one that thinks it should have it.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby pepegota » Wed Mar 27, 2019 9:40 pm

5.7K capability for 360 cameras. 2019 will not accept 5.7K video but, PowerDirector does.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby Lift » Thu Apr 04, 2019 4:08 pm

I really wish I could shut off the preview, for when I just want to move around the timeline or make small adjustments to the position of a clip, and I don't need to see what that particular frame will look like with all the overlays and titles. (I realize I can let the computer sit there for long periods of time to render out a bunch of smart proxy files, but smart proxy hogs CPU and I can't do other CPU-intensive things like play games while it's doing that.)
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby asik1 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:56 pm

Lift wrote:I really wish I could shut off the preview, for when I just want to move around the timeline or make small adjustments to the position of a clip, and I don't need to see what that particular frame will look like with all the overlays and titles. (I realize I can let the computer sit there for long periods of time to render out a bunch of smart proxy files, but smart proxy hogs CPU and I can't do other CPU-intensive things like play games while it's doing that.)

No need to wait to 2020, just disable the track you don't need.
Or read the manual.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby MHamiltonVisuals » Wed Apr 10, 2019 3:46 am

Stability would be a big thing for me. Also if the overall speed was faster and possibly more optimized, that would be great!
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby MikeA » Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:39 pm

When the program crashes (as mine has twice in this last week) then the Restore should include updating the list of files awaiting proxy generation. I had to reenter them to the list again.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby DH88Comet » Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:24 pm

It would be brilliant to have a version that doesn't constantly crash and actually allows me to apply the Mercalli filter AND transitions. The last 'stable' version I had was X10, 2018 and especially 2019 drive me to distraction, so much so that I'm seriously considering defecting to ANYTHING.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby Pepi » Fri Apr 19, 2019 9:09 pm

Atleast I have not found the following:

- When you import multiple small video clips you get one long video which you start working. Quite often you need to stop and continue the work in next day or later even. How cool it would be if you can mark on where you were, or even better VStudio ask: "Would you like to go to place where you were in last time?"

- When you do a transition, sometimes I would like to add own object like fire, cloud, stick which does the transition.

- Fix the bugs you have been reported already for VS2018. E.g. One tiny tiny error: When you try to render a video file using the same file name it says: "Do you want to replace the profile?". In my mind it is not a profile you are rendering.

- Support for AMD's GPUs (wish to get this faster than in next version). And if you do not support AMD's GPUs, then it would be much more a fair game to say it cleary on the "System Requirements". Now it only says:
System Requirements wrote:Graphics Card: Minimum resolution: 1024 x 768, minimum 256 MB VRAM, 512MB or higher recommended for hardware decoding acceleration.
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Re: Video Studio 2020 Wishlist

Postby Bleeder » Sun Apr 21, 2019 8:00 am

To truly support opening and allowing one to edit native video stored/compressed as HEVC {H.265} files. Support for XAVC {H.264/MPEG-4 AVC} was seamless when first implemented, but few, if any of us, can edit MP4 videos filmed using the HEVC {H.265} video coding format. The current program just freezes, yet I can play the HEVC files just fine with the HEVC Video Extensions installed on my latest Windows Pro OS (Not the Creators Addition.}.
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