Why did you use that Sequence Preset instead of an AVCHD one?
Not sure if thats the issue buts is odd.
I couldn't find an AVCHD preset, so I skipped the presets and just made a new sequence from a piece of footage (dragged the clip onto the New Item button).
AVCHD presets are available in CS6.
I feel like this talk about presets is irrelevent. Presets are just a quick way to get your sequence settings to match your footage. You can do that quickly by just drag and dropping a piece of footage onto the New Item button. The only thing to change is the preview file format. Exporting should be uneffected by those settings, right?
I see the problem here, you were a FCP user. If you want to use the rendered video, check the "Use Previews" box, Otherwise it will just render out the effect again.
Up until the latest update, CUDA didn't do much of anything for exports.
Thanks, but I don't see much of a difference with that checked. Even a 4 second long file is taking 10+ minutes to export with just a warp stabilizer added and previews rendered.
Maybe the fact that I'm using 59.94 fps footage has something to do with it? I can't think of anything else. I'll try recording some stuff in a different format and see what happens. That would be a shame though, I'd like the final product to be in 1080p instead of 1080i.
Still not seeing any GPU usage at all, regardless of what effect or anything I'm using.
[EDIT] And all of a sudden, everything seems to be working fine! No idea how. Weird! [/EDIT]