Did your GPU acceleration get turned off somehow?
Well this could be an answer, but I don't know how to check that ??
I checked CUDA is turned on, is there any other way to see it ?
Has Max Render Quality been inadvertently checked in the Export Settings?
Hey, thanks !!
But unfortunately it is turned off, the only thing I see is that I add too many effects for my GPU and so the process takes much more time, i'm using colorista, misfire, neat video, and some other random effects, it's the only thing that makes sens to me, otherwise it sucks.
I launched the render this morning, 16 hours ago, it is only at 83% ... so baaaadd
Colorista and Neat are very taxing on the system resources. I would remove one or the other in a test and see which plug-in is causing your system to slow down so much.
Thanks I'll try it when the render will be done, as soon as I did it, I'll let you know, but right now I have nothing else to do but wait
i'm using colorista, misfire, neat video
Each of those alone will triple your render times, when you combine all three...
This is probably (and I hope so) the answer, I'll check when it is done without all the effects.
How could I avoid this, upgrading some hardware ?
Colorista and Misfire are rendered on the GPU, so upgrading that might show some improvement, but I wouldn't expect much.