@insta360_support, It is app version 1.2.1 and yes i tried with usb-hub attached. I dit not try it without hub, cause the ssd is crucial for me. But i can remember, that former tests without ssd brought some for me unidentifiable problems (sometimes connected sometimes not) so i decided to record to the h2n itself and sync later, which is some additional work to do.
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@insta360_support Hi, sorry for my late reply, i was shooting all the time. You asked: Hi Jan, we just tested adobe CC 2018 again, and it's working well, did you happen to stored all the contents on the SSD so while you unplug the SSD, "quick-proxi" files went missing?
No, the "quick-proxi" files are located in the Premiere -Project Folder (which is on the system-drive in this case). And they where gone, even if all media-drives are still attached. Just by closing Premiere and reopen it.
Thanks for your business,
This only works in Preview-Mode. If you leave the preview mode and come in again, you have to disconnect and reconnect the H2N. This is not very usefull. Because there are often situations, where you have to restart the preview.
Hi, the Plugin is working with adobe CC 2018 on Mac Sierra. But if I save the Project and open it up later, all the "quick-proxi" files are gone.
Am I doing something wrong?
There are two things, which i can do.
Working without Proxies - very very slow
Import all the files again, than relink to the new proxies until they are gone for the next time.
The third thing i ditn't try is to backup these "quick-proxy" files and copy them into the pro-import plugin folder of the current project before open it.
An additional comment. My machine is not able to play the quick-proxies fluently. (8kstereo h264 is no problem, because it is a fast machine) Does it relay on cuda, which is not support by the stitcher? (on Macs)
May it be possible to implement a setting for the stitch-quality of those proxies? That we can choose a lower resolution and a simpler algorithm (template based).
Thank you for this great invention!