My computer data is as follows:
OS: WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE 64 BIT
PREMIER VER :CS5 5.03
CPU: INTEL i7 950 3.07 ghz
MOTHERBOARD: ASUS P6X58D-E
RAM: G.SKILL 12 GB 1333 DDR 3
GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 470 1280MB DDDR5
BOOT HARD DRIVE: 60 GB SSD SATA 2
SECOND HARD DRIVE: 2X1TB WD BLACK USENIG MARVEL YPKON RAID 0
My question is
When I export a movie to FLV or AVI I notice that the CPU uses all 100% power
Must say it does not happen all the time
But often happens
Is that a problem should be normal?
If no what can be done
What type of projects are you exporting, and what are the settings? How much "effect" and how many layers are you adding in?
I ran some tests over the weekend (including an update of PPBM5 for my machine) and noticed only about 50% of the CPU being used. I was exporting HDV sequences with NEAT noise reduction to Blu-ray MPEG2s.
We have similar systems which is why this caught my attention.
That's normal, depending on what kind of footage you're working with... HDV stuff may not use all of it, but AVCHD almost certainly will since it's very CPU intensive...