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Cineform with Alpha CPU use

CraigS Just tried both Cineform at base and max depth. Both of which were worse than animation for CPU usage in Wirecast. I also attempted both at the camera resolution of 3840x1920 and YouTube's at 2560x1440 with the 1440 resulting video better but still hitting the CPU to mid 80s to low 90s but that was with JUST the non 360 camera included.

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  • Matthew Potter Quicktime Animation codec or Cineform both support alpha/transparency (in addition to ProRes).

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  • CraigS I'm using the QT Animation method for the above.

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  • Matthew Potter Try Cineform if you can.

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  • CraigS Just tried both Cineform at base and max depth. Both of which were worse than animation for CPU usage in Wirecast. I also attempted both at the camera resolution of 3840x1920 and YouTube's at 2560x1440 with the 1440 resulting video better but still hitting the CPU to mid 80s to low 90s but that was with JUST the non 360 camera included.

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  • Matthew Potter Do report your Cineform results as it makes using video with alpha challenging given its use of system resources.

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  • CraigS I will when I head back from support. I submitted a few yesterday and the standard reply email doesn't include anything except the wirecast ID number so I don't have context for any of them (yet). *cough* Sandy Henry

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