I love Resolume, I just have ooone little problem. I want to record little "video clips" for music tracks at the highest possible resolution (e.g for posting to Youtube). I suspected 1080p would be too much data crunching, I am trying to record at 720p, which seems a nice compromise.
But I get stuck whenever I try to record long compositions at 720p. After some time, often after 30 - 40 seconds, the record button changes itself to "Writing..."
and I can't click on it anymore. Also, it never goes back from "Writing..."
like you would normally expect when it's done saving. I have to exit Resolume if I want to try again.
The .mov and .wav files are created, but the .mov file stops at 0:40 and the .wav file seems to be corrupted.
Recording goes fine for minutes at 480p, but when the composition is set to 720p this invariably happens after ~half of a minute.
I wondered what the system is doing, perhaps Resolume buffers the frames in memory and my memory is full? Here is a graph of memory usage; at (1) I start recording so apparently Resolume starts buffering; at (2) is when the dreaded "Writing..." appears and Resolume slowly releases memory as it seems to be encoding:
Well, seems the system at its peak still has around 16GB of 24GB memory free, but I don't know if Resolume is a 64 bit app.
Any ideas to resolve this problem?
I am running Resolume Avenue 4.0.1 on Windows 7 64 bit with a Geforce GTX 580.