No, there is no kind of time bomb or diminished usability built into Hitfilm. There do seem to be several issues with speed for Windows 10 users after the most recent Windows update. Since I'm on Windows 7 and not effected by this issue, I am not certain what the fix actually is. The two threads below have more information.
EDIT: Perhaps this thread? http://hitfilm.com/forum/discussion/comment/90514/#Comment_90514
Or this thread: http://hitfilm.com/forum/discussion/comment/90424/#Comment_90424
@aguiarenegmailcom It does not. Check your system specs to make sure they meet the minimum requirements.
Por favor me ajudem
(Resolvendo o erro)
When I add a video to edit Hitfilm 4 Express says the file is not supported.
What to do?
i just downloaded this software. PLEASE HELP ME TO START EDITING A VIDEO CLIP from the start pleeeeease in the simplest step by step language. I am an amateur. Many thanks in advance.
@Hitfilmer180576 Very hard to answer without knowing exactly where you are in the process and what you're trying to do. But these few videos might help you get going.
Also check out the Hitfilm tutorials. Maybe look at the video editing and beginner selections.
Introducing editing, Editing essentials, Introducing the Hitfilm workflow,
In the Beginner section maybe take a look at "Project One - get started in Hitfilm Pro"
no time bomb in the software, maybe you upgraded some drivers that caused an issue, or changed the type of media. I still have Hitfilm Express 2 that runs just fine.
@BonfaTutoriais More information is needed. What kind of file were you importing? What OS are you running? Which version of HitFilm are you using?
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