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isasari
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Hi everyone,

Recently, I've started editing my drone flight videos and publish them on my channel. I have an ultrabook with an i7 8th generation processor, SSD but onboard graphics. I used Movavi, Adobe Premier etc. to edit 1080p videos, but it takes many minutes even editing color or speeding up/slowing down a one-minute video. It looked like it won't go this way and I downloaded CapCut to my Galaxy S8 phone. It's unbelievable... It applies effects in seconds, croppings, transactions etc. happen in in milliseconds. Now I do editings on my phone.

Here are two videos edited with a free Android app like CapCut and a raw video directly from SD card on my drone:



(edited with CapCut)


(edited with CapCut)

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(directly from the drone)


There is some loss of quality in CapCut-processed videos compared to the raw one, I admit but I can do the process in half an hour which takes 5 hours on computer.

I have a few questions as follows:
1. How do I minimize this loss of image quality in CapCut?
2. If I buy a Tab S7 or Tab S8 tablet, can I achieve the same performance on the phone if I do the editings on it?
3. What "kind of" computer should it be so that processes such as color editing, cropping, and acceleration can be applied in seconds like on the phone?

Thanks in advance...



2022-4-18
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DAFlys
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Nicely done.    
2022-4-19
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Vincent Leclerc
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The video looks quite crispy on my phone though, no doubt Capcut is good for videos on phone. I've been editing on TunesKit AceMovi on PC, normally there won't be noticeably much qulity loss on desktop editor.
2022-4-19
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isasari
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Vincent Leclerc Posted at 4-19 18:51
The video looks quite crispy on my phone though, no doubt Capcut is good for videos on phone. I've been editing on TunesKit AceMovi on PC, normally there won't be noticeably much qulity loss on desktop editor.

Thank you ver much. I will try it ASAP.
2022-4-20
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