Try putting it into an XDcam EX (project preset) timeline and rendering it then, I found there is a huge time difference when exporting.
The high CPU load is indicative of memory playing second fiddle here. It is all about CPU performance and the Q9550 is not the best processor for AVCHD material, and especially with MB Looks. What you see is the CPU choking on your material. Not much you can do about it, apart from getting a better CPU.
I thought that CS5 takes advantage of your installed RAM, and not so much on your CPU!
I never had such a render problem before when I worked with hdv material! So AVCHD takes advantage of my CPU although CS5 supports RAM and GPU, correct. And if I worked with another Format (transcoding it to something less than h.264) my computer would run faster....right?
I understand now that AVCHD/h.264 is work for the cpu and not the ram that cs5 supports.......so it would be good to know which format uses the ram and not the cpu!!!or?
What kind of format would that be then?
Are there any useless things on Vista I can turn off to increase render speed!
Read the information here: http://ppbm5.com/Background.html
That explain the role of MPE, the impact of memory and the CPU load. MPEG encoding is highly dependent on the amount of memory, H.264 and AVCHD on number of cores, cache and memory speed.
thank you for the useful link. Well that explains pretty much. So I'll have to live with that until I saved enough money fo another cpu.
By the way, do you know where the problem might be that videos I rednder kind of jitter. On playback mode on camera they look great and smooth, but after editing them(with no effects as MB) pan shots jitter somehow!
It may be because you are watching interlaced material on a progressive monitor.
nope it's 50p material (panasonic hdc hs 700)