Just first few minutes, but already getting glitching when resizing panels with CUDA.
Totally agree with 3. I do video just as a hobby, and lots of the time I have to shoot stuff so fast that I just don't have time to set up tripod for every shot - never mind a slider or trying to balance a glidecam! HAVE to go handheld or on cheap rig. Quality suffers, but it's that or don't get the shots...
Oh OK, cheers.
I've been having terrible CUDA issues since I upgraded to Yosemite, though had noticed them before. Thought my graphics card was broken, weird glitching that continued across other applications after I had opened PP - just as I was reaching a deadline. Could be more a Nvidia CUDA issue, but still... Not any huge issues with CUDA off. (2012 iMac, GTX 680MX).
I'm not normally doing any work that requires cables to be secured to the ground, so have 0 experience with these kind of things, but I saw someone doing it who claimed that it was preferable to use two pieces of tape (1/3 on 2/3 off the cable, one on each side) as it makes it a lot easier to remove at the end without a sticky mess? Never tried so I wouldn't know! I suppose it does use twice the tape, though.
Some flickering, incorrect shutter speed?