Blurs ( unsharp mask) are incredibly processor heavy and demanding effects.
Just a fact.
Would not expect Luma Corrector to be such an issue.
Dont know about HLS.
300 secs is only 5 minutes. Go have a beer or a coffeee.
Dude, come on now. At that rate, a 1 minute video would take me 30 minutes to render. Extrapolate that out to a 15 minute video. Bad juju.
Is the video card the bottleneck?
Might want to recommend another way of uploading like WeTransfer.
So other people can download aswell.
This deposite files is hopeless.
Really? How so? (I already have the file and am opening it now.)
Your media is 1080p/60. Your sequence is 1080p/24.
Thank Jim. I tried it both with a 60p sequence and 24p sequence and my render times were the same. I chose 24p because my final export will be 24p.
Thanks for the dropbox download.
I have a simular system to yours. I set the sequence to 60p.
When I disable the non GPU effects it renders fast.
With the non GPU effects its slow.
So I blame it on the non GPU effects being very cpu intensive.
My export time was cut in half when I put the clip into the correct sequence.
If you wanted 1080p/24, why did you shoot 60p? It won't look right when you're done.
Oh wow, that's quite different than what I saw on my machine. It didn't make a difference at all. May I ask your specs?
I shoot in 60p since I do quite a bit of slow motion and switching between 24p/60p on the camera was going to be a chore. I was planning on having CS6 do the conforming by just dorpping it on the timeline and at times, using Frame Blending to aid the process.
It still doesn't look right. (At least not to me, not compared to a genuine 24p recording.)
i5 2500K stock speed
One hard drive