Hey guy's long time no see, here's my feature request.
Please can you allow us to (set fps on render) so fps stay at a fixed rate? For live playback Resolume seems to work well for me, it can easily output 60fps from this machine at 720p with alpha, displaying only very occasional frame dropping which at these speeds is pretty much invisible, the problem for me starts when I render/record my comps, a comp that is running at 60 fps outputs a recording of only 26 fps the resulting render has now lost so many frames (over half) that one frame now no longer bares any relationship to it's adjoining frames, I realise this is because a live app like Resolume must prioritise "live playback" over rendering, but Resolume doesn't need to render in real-time!! so why does it need to drop so many frames?
Just to be clear, speed is not the problem here (consistency is) even if my composition footage were only 24 fps, Resolume would still render the frames inconsistently by up scaling the comp to the highest render speed it can 26 fps (on my machine) this also results in uneven frame rates where by some frames remain in their correct fps whilst others are doubled up to bring the recording up to 26fps.
With Resolume as it is, the fps cannot be set to render or playback at (any) consistent frame rate (this is bad) even if it is well within the capacity of your machine to do so Resolume won''t deliver a smooth looking recording of your comp. Please fix this Resolume! A steady consistent frame rate is just as important as overall speed, what good is a record function if it cant even render 24 fps consistently?
I'd like to propose the addition of a simple render settings feature, a check box that asks:
"render at fixed/native fps"? "yes/no"
"render at custom fps?" "enter fps"
This would obviously be a big benefit for not only "pre-comping" but also for web broadcasts and other video production work (pop video's for example) where frame rates need to remain stable, with Resolume we can work fast, please let us save/record our work to a professional standard. . . . using the power of Resolume!!