Thank you everyone!
I will invest in a compressor and try to convert the original files to prores will take a lot of time in my slow laptop but guess it will make my videos looks better and hopefully without this issue that is bothering me so much.
I don't now if this can be closed or marked as solved. I appreciate all of your help. Thanks again!
Thank you for the advice I will try it in my next video. I shoot at 1080p with 24fps my SD card is Sandisk ultra. For some reason every time I try to export it with the youtube option it fails and I have to start over again so the apple devices option has been the best way for me to export it to be able to upload it to youtube. This glitch also happens with video files recorded with my Samsung Galaxy S5.
I don't have a compressor but I have also read about converting the camera .mov file to ProRes hopefully I will be able to purchase it soon, but at the moment all I can do is try your first solution. thank you!
Hello, I use a canon t5 and when I see the original video there are no glitches at all. They only show when I'm editing on FCP.
Hello Everyone! I'm seeking help with an issue that I don't know how to resolve. I create videos for youtube. Most of them are 20 minutes or longer so they are take a lot of work to create. I use Final Cut pro X to edit my videos but I always get glitches/bugs on them. I have always blamed that my laptop is oldish (macbook air 2011) and has only 2 GB of ram and FCP always warns me that it need a minimum of 4 GB to work, but I don't have the means to purchase a better computer at the moment.. So I work with what I have. In the image you see the glitch that always shows up in my videos and I'm tired of it.. I work so hard on them to have this kind of glitch ruining them. My question is.. is it really the issue with my ram or am I doing something wrong in the edition?? It frustrates me so much and I can't go back to iMovie because I work with 3D audio and iMovie doesn't do a good job with that. Any help is appreciated. For more explanation on how I edit:
1- Import video files from my desktop
2- Place the video and audio file and sync them manually in the time line
3- Cut off parts of video not needed and add transitions
4- I see the glitches/bugs while I'm editing but the bug always shows in different parts than the ones I first saw them.
5- Save as Apple Devices since the final video is a good size and format to upload to youtube