Frequently Asked Questions
Hi! Thank you for your support by purchasing my product. I have 6 core – 3.3Ghz, 16 GB RAM, 2x Geforce GTX 660Ti CUDA-active (crossfire) and took me 7hrs at 1920×1080 25p MOV – photo-JPEG. But still what you mention I think it is to far from the real rendering time. Some advices for you what to make in future:
1.open AE CS6 go in Preferences-Media&Disk Cache and make sureyou select media database(for ex. your footage’s) in one of your HDD and the disk cache on a different one.
2. Go in Preferences – Memory& Multiprocessing and make sure you select the checkbox “Render Multiple Frames Simultaneously. Make sure you live at least 2 CPU`s reserved for other applications. Select in you case: RAM allocation per background CPU:1GB or you can try 1.2 GB.
3. Preferences – Previews – GPU Informations – and at the Ray-Tracing make sure you select – GPU (NOT CPU) if this is not available in your case and you are sure your video card support CUDA please make sure you read the following article :http://www.studio1productions.com/Articles/PremiereCS5.htm .
4. This may improve a lot the time of your render out . If your video card doesn’t support CUDA it is time for up-grade.
-I Hope This It Is Going To Help You! Thank You Again, VIDOSWORLD
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