CPU usage during video preview is insane - i.e. unusable.

Bug #1810178 reported by Travis on 2018-12-31
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OpenShot Video Editor
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Bug Description

Not exactly sure what is happening. To give context, I'm attempting to see if this software is worth using. When I first started using it, I recorded a test clip as well as got some music to add over it. When I added the music to the timeline, no issues arose. I could even clip it and play it. However, once I added a video, the entire thing became unusable freezing more than once. I'm not entirely sure what is happening, however, I have recorded a few clips so that you can view it yourself. NOTE: I have recorded it in low quality to not cause the software to be hit hard.

Video Link:
https://youtu.be/Gjh-7HTAq2Y

Proof that the clip that I was editing was not corrupt in anyway:
https://youtu.be/nDQ3yej6yrQ

PC Specs:
Ryzen 5 1600x @3.6Ghz
GTX 1060 3GB PNY OC
16GB Ballistix DDR4 @2666MHz
480GB Sata SSD [Videos and software were on this drive]
2TB HDD

Architecture (64 bits or 32 bits) : 64bit
Operating System & version: Windows 10 1803 17134.472
Installation Method : exe?
Version of Openshot installed : 2.4.3
BZR Revision used (if any) : N/A
MLT/melt version: ?
FFmpeg (i.e.libavcodec) version : ?
FFmpeg installation : ?

Travis (frogmaster) on 2018-12-31
description: updated
description: updated
Travis (frogmaster) wrote :

Figured out, if I turn off experimental mode, it resolves this issue.

Changed in openshot:
status: New → Fix Released
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