12 Replies Latest reply on Mar 4, 2012 9:12 AM by lasvideo

    Slow encoding time.


      I just got my new computer up and running and currentely confused why my encode times are longer than they were before.


      I have a Intel 3930k - Hexacore 3.6ghz

      Ram 16 Gig, going to 32.

      2 Vertex 3 SSD raid 0 = 1050mbs Read/Write Speed

      3 580 GTX - Though I think it only uses one.

      Overkill for almost anything.


      However, whenever I encode to anything, whether it be MPEG2, MPEG2- DVD/Blu Ray, FLV, AVI whatever it maybe for 1080p it takes forever.

      I have enable hardware options, and tried numerous different encoding options.


      I don't know what I am doing wrong. My videos can get pretty elaborate, including mutliple track and such but usually are no longer than 7 minutes and can take as long as 8-9 hours+ just to encode... and it never used even a 10th of my CPU potential...


      On both my old system and this new systems I get slideshow playbacks at 1080p sometimes as well, I have normal amounts of processing and I generally run in a virus protection free, closed circuit computer enviornment.


      My biggest concern is what I need to do to make my encode times work correctly and maximize my usage of my CPU.


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgUWiC-PUG4&list=UUMF3FID-9yye8Yl7FIhi9cA&index=14&feature= plcp


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45ezRsQlUpM&list=UUMF3FID-9yye8Yl7FIhi9cA&index=2&feature=p lcp