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  1. @Josef Swanberg are you kidding us? H.264 less heavy than HAP?
  2. Are you sure about that? We have successfully installed win7 on that motherboard.
  3. Why don't you downgrade to win7? (it should be free of charge if you own win10 licenses) It is the safe and certain way!
  4. I noticed this happens only if you have sound device set as "none" on production PC preferences
  5. It can be also a display or cable issue. Some kind of content may become a "pathological signal".
  6. After repeated experiences, I confirm that setting "use single audio renderer" on the pc that plays the sound, completely removes the phasing effect.
  7. I think that adjusting gamma in the 8bit domain could be a little quality disruptive. It should be better to use the gamma adjusment of the graphic board driver. Anyway, It is possible to mimic gamma adjusment of the media using the "gain" control of the "Hue & Saturation" tween.
  8. Using HAP on After Effect, the quality slider has NO effect. There is NO way to use chunks in After Effect or Adobe Media Encoder. What kind of problems do you face using ffmpeg?
  9. I would like to have an option to turn off frame blending by default.
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