Not for exporting in H.265, (that would be fantastic though), I meant that Hitfilm could read H.265 compressed video files.
It's kind of bad for me since I'm animating something and I only animate segments at a time and in the end I will have tens …
Well, that's unfortunate. I'm animation some stuff and I split all of them up into individual clips, so I guess for now my hard drive will fill up 4 gigabytes, but that's temporary.
Really hope they update that soon.
The file isn't an MP3, its an MP4 file, what I meant was when you import the file it acts like an MP3 file, like if there was no video, just audio. Not even a black screen, just audio.
This is the report I exported from MediaInfo. I c…