Heres one for the pro's
Im having some really anoying slow behavior with premiere and media encoder.
OS=windwos vista business x64
RAM = 12gigs
CPU= 2 X quads
Video card = bad *** nvidia card
SAN = Isilon cluster 3 X nodes, gigabit dual teamed NIC connection
bla bla bla
Ok. So i have about an 8 minute project, nothing too fancy, trying to export an uncompressed avi to the network at 720p resolution to the cluster storage array, and adobe media encoder gets pretty slow near the end of the export, and is generally just a slow hog. Its not using but 10% of my CPU power, and its also not using any where close to my max NIC card throughput.
Anyone out there really good at FINE Tuning CS4 to the max??
Please dont respond with
Check driver updates, adobe updater, bla bla bla,,,, im not a moron.
Network output has never been a problem for me, even without teamed NIC's. OK, it is slower than local disks, but it has never taken AGES.
First, do you experience the same problem when outputting to a local disk? If yes, then something with the export seems amiss. Then we need further details on your export settings to start with. If no, your network connection may be the troublesome part. What server OS are you using, what overhead/security can be degrading throughput on the NIC's? Are you using virtualization, if so what software? With other tasks on the network, do you experience the same lagging response?
Do you happen to have any Effects added to your Clips? If so, which ones?