That is to be expected and quite normal with certain hardware and software settings.
when i was using cs 5.5 it was using 80 percent of my cpu and the time used to export was more like 15 to 20 minutes
cs5.5 to cs 6 thats the only thing that changed
Without hardware and software details, this is all you're gonna get.
I mean a three hour timeline exports in 20 seconds here, but on different hardware and with different settings. How do you expect anyone to give you help without details?
ohhh..i am sorry
kinda new here so please excuse me..
what kinda of details do you need?
erm. this are the basic details i guess.
2.2ghz 8 core i7
16 gb ram
nvidia 2000m quadro
1tb 7200rpm hard disk
First one to have 8 physical cores. Unique in this world at this moment. Only single disk? That is below minimum requirements. Pretty outdated video card.
What is your source material and what do you export to with which settings? What number of processes are running? What tuning have you done? What OS? What version of CS6?
4 phyically cores. 2 1tb 7200rpm disk in raid 0. i dont think thats below the minumum requirements.
outdated yes..i think in the world of computers 6 months would be considered outdated.
as for source its a dslr. and its export at flv. 110 process running. tunning would be only setting aside 12 gb ram for premiere pro. windows and its cs6.0.0
110 processes is excessive. Normally you would have 40-50 processes running. Have you tried the PPBM5 benchmark http://ppbm5.com/index.html to see where your system is showing signs of weakness? Have you tried updating to CS6.03?
like 90 of them are like below 2k. yeah updated. and the main issue is the cpu usage..when i render preview files when i hit enter it renders the whole vid in 10 mins but when i use export to flv or avi or h.664 it would just shoot up to 2 hours and it would display 10 percent usage on my task manager..why is that?
What are the exact export setting used? Is Max Render Quality checked on?
yes and no. i did one with it and one without it..its seem to be the same.
OK, that answers the second question. And the first?
export format flv
output 1920x1080, some as source fps, progressive
vb,1 pas, target 100000.00kps
mpeg layer III(mp3), 128gbps, stereo
codec on2 vp6
britrate level high
undershoot[% target] 90
And what exact sequence settings?
1920 x 1080
00;12;34;19, 29.97 fps
48000 Hz - Stereo
ok just tried something cool
i have just tried exporting it in .mov and the time have been reduced to 24 minutes..but that only applies to the .mov
I'm getting similar performance on my similarly configured system, yet when I change to H.264 output, the export time drops significantly and CPU usage goes to 100%
I'd guess this is just something you'll have to deal with if you want those settings.
Perhaps the larger issue is why do you want those settings? Not much is going up on the web in FLV format these days, things have largely switched over to the superior H.264 codec in an MP4 wrapper.
the only reason why i upload in flv format cause of the much degrading factor of h.264. i donnoe why but it happens.
In that case i suggest figuring out what is wrong with your H.264 instead.
Have you tried using the YouTube preset for 1080p? No changes. Just the preset.
yeah the quality is really crappy and it becomes very pixelated
much degrading factor of h.264.
Huh? H.264 will produce absolutely the best image of all lossy compression schemes PP is capable of.