I cannot play / upload the video edited with Bandicut

If you cannot play the video edited with Bandicut on Windows Media Player/TVs, have trouble uploading to a website such as Twitter, or notice a lag/noise at the beginning of the video, please try the 2 solutions below.


1. Always cut/merge by keyframe in high-speed mode

In Bandicut Configuration, check the "Always cut/merge by keyframe in high-speed mode" option" and try again.

Always cut/merge by keyframe in high-speed mode

Most video cutting programs cut only between keyframes. However, Bandicut allows the user to precisely select the cutting area and quickly cut the selected area by frame.
Some old versions of Windows Media Player or websites such as Twitter may not support this frame format. Therefore, if you are having trouble playing or uploading, please try using ’Always cut/merge by keyframe in high-speed mode’ option.

* Term) Frame and Keyframe

  • Frame: A frame contains partial information of a still scene.
  • Keyframe: A keyframe contains key information of a still scene.

  •    For reference, when recording with the default settings of Bandicam, one keyframe is stored per 150 frames.

2. Select 30 FPS in Encoding mode

If you still have problems, set the FPS value to 30 in [Encoding Mode] and try again.

30 FPS in encoding mode



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