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ENCORE takes 9 hours to encode 1.3 hours of video in iso file

Aug 29, 2013 7:50 PM

Tags: #date/time #encore_problems #encore_issues #ecore

Hi can somebody answer to my question i ned to know how much takes to export a ISO image from Adobe encore using Adobe dymanic link ,the fotage was shot with a sony ex1 i don`tknow if is the codec.....? (hardwear codec in the midle) but i make in premiere god setings likewises but teakes like 8 to 9 hours to do 1 hour and 36 minutes of 1920/1080 fotage with all rady made (rendered) motion menu but takes like a life time to export a iso image .

I know cuda suport is not for encore,i use only trasitions (dip to black,cross disolve)no efect at all, no color coretion,no motion,no link in premiere to After effect i just imported like dinamic link in encore with somme markes i it.

What's wrong?

The setings in Encore ?

The sequence setings in Premiere ?

Adobe media link is a stupid no sens link ?

Is posible to encode and export in 9 hours a iso ?

Is h264 or MPEG -2 beter for hury up the job ?

 

 

 

What can i do?HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHEeeeeeeelp

 
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    Aug 29, 2013 8:31 PM   in reply to MC_AXXL

    What version of Encore, and what is your computer hardware?

     

    Are you creating a DVD or BluRay ISO?

     
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    Aug 30, 2013 12:21 AM   in reply to MC_AXXL

    I also echo John's question - DVD or BD (your source footage is 1920x1080 so it could be either).

    It would also help to know your frame rate & transcoding settings as well. Why? Because you may well be scaling and/or frame rate converting at the same time as data rate reduction - this would easil;y explain the long encoding times. Trust me on this, encoding for BD can take days, not just mere hours, depending on source footage.

    Also, dip to black & cross-dissolve transitions take time - if you really want this sort of thing then I would recommend building the slideshow section in Premiere instead, and rendering this out as a video file with audio stream (elementary streams) and using from this state - always try to avoid using Encore editing tools as they are there for emergency only.

     
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    Aug 30, 2013 2:29 PM   in reply to MC_AXXL

    Sounds like your hardware just isn't very fast.

     
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