Render time depends on what you're doing. I've had renders run seven or eight frames a second and renders take 10 to 15 minutes a frame. Without complete workflow, project and system details it's impossible to say if you're under times are normal.
it was Classic 3D.
and btw the render finished in 7 hours also the render was faster at the fist %25 and become slower after that I don't know why.
this doesn't sound right but you can't really be sure until you get your hands on the project. if you are interested in examining why we could check a few things. if so - What Version Exactly are you using. the exact numbers and all of them.
The version of AF CC is 126.96.36.1997
what make me sad is I build a new PC just to make my life easier with video editing but I don't see any different between now and my 5 years old PC.
Don't despair! we're not done. you have average common mildly professional geeks here that are willing to help when they can.
first of all you are using a version that had updates ever since it's release. it is best for you to use to most updated version of software of it's release (not to confuse with CC6 CC CC2014 CC2015 - I am refering to updated same release version)
your version is 188.8.131.527 - also called 2015.0 and should be 13.7.1 if you are on PC
also try to reset your preferences (Cmd/Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Clicking twice on the app icon as it launches)
1.what are you rendering (Format and Format Options in the Output Module)?
2.are you rendering through Ae or AME (Adobe Media Encoder)?
3.you can look more closely on where it's hanging on during the render an see what's bugging down the render. what layer, what effects and how much time it takes to render a frame so if you did everything here and to no avail give me a screenshot of this
Thanks a lot for your support.
I will update to 13.7 and reset every thing as you said.
the render format is h.264 with AME.
I will be back to you when I'm done of testing.
great! we're making progress.
if all of the above still doesn't work and if you are rendering through AME. we should look at your AME settings. did you choose a preset? did you adjust it yourself? send screenshots of full interface of AME Export Settings (maximize window so we can see everything).
on advice number 4 (which I wrote 3 again) I suggested we look at the render queue information but if you going straight to AME you won't get to see that because Ae will render it in the background. if all else fails we can render a lossless version and see what exactly is bugging down the render - but not yet.