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However, I think the output indicates what I want to do is exceeding my hardware capabilities.
The application involves forward and rear facing cameras in a motor sports setting that are combined during editing for Picture-in-Picture with PIP for the rear-facing camera in a smaller window. My requirement is to do this in HD utilizing MOV H.264 files for input.
I tried it with the trial version on my laptop. The video resolution was fine, but the video output has discontinuity (skips ahead) and the soundtrack may be losing synchronization with the visual track. Also, the rendering time for a 7 minute video is prohibitively long - more than an hour (this is why I have not gone back to double check to see if the audio sync. was an editing issue).
Please confirm that this is a viable use case for your software and what I need for hardware. I am interested to know how much capability the PC I must buy to run the program needs to have.