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  1. Lol..why does this thread even exist? Want 4k 60fps..there are other comers out there that do this just fine.
  2. You could also look for a 2nd hand GTX960 card. I have one and can 4K NX1 footage real time in Premiere, also able to add adjustment layers/lumetri and still have smooth playback.
  3. What cards did you try and did you have CUDA selected under: File ->Project Settings->Video Rendering and Playback. Mine was originally set to OpenCL and wasn't performing as well.
  4. Got a GTX960 and NX1 files playback just fine in full res. even with a lumetri adjustment layer on top. Maybe because the GTX960 has a H.265 decoder chip onboard. But works very well on my (budget) system.
  5. But the Sony's are full frame sensors. Odd comparison..no?
  6. Can't go wrong with a (used) Lumix G7. I bought a new one in the Netherlands for 400e last month.
  7. After seeing the positive experiences of other bitrate hack users, I decided to give it another go. Unfortunately I am still getting dropped frames in 120fps mode. I'm using a Sandisk Extreme Pro 95mb/s U3 card. Bitrate at 160: Original bitrate 80: Who is getting a solid 120fps (119,88) with higher bitrates and what cards are you using?
  8. I tried the hack once. It resulted in framedrops in 120fps mode and also some corrupted frames in several clips. The footage also made Premiere run much slower compared to normal NX1 clips. Cannot say I noticed much benefit of the higher bitrate. Overall, not a fan. Just stick to original (unhacked) bitrate.
  9. If you need to stay mobile, yes. If you would like to keep using Premiere and don't mind switching to Windows desktop, a $1000 well specced pc would be a much cheaper alternative to a new Macbook pro. That is at least what I did and kept my old macbook for data management on location and light short 1 minute edits on the go.
  10. Just to be sure in Premiere.. Check your setting under File ->Project Settings->Video Rendering and Playback. You want to select the CUDA option, if available. This makes a drastic difference on my desktop pc. Should work on a 2013 15 mac pro with Geforce graphics card as well.
  11. Shot with low contrast and sharpness in the Portrait picture profile. Then added a lut from Deluts at 65% Hope that helps!
  12. Gave it a try over the weekend. Works surprisingly well. 4K 24fps shutter 1/50 NX1 50-200 OIS III AF:
  13. Intel and Blackmagic have been working together to improve Iris Graphics performance (Intel i5/i7 proccessor). Good chance that you will be just fine using your onboard graphics and without the need to upgrade to an Nvidia card. In the free version on my pc I don't really see any performance difference when switching from OpenCL to Cuda in Resolve.
  14. Colours look gorgeous. And full frame is <3 How is the rolling shutter in 4K?
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