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Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

Last post 06-15-2021, 12:10 by Euphonograph. 60 replies.
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  •  02-05-2021, 10:51 811542 in reply to 811539

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Euphonograph:

    Any ideas, thanks, have a great weekend 

    Is this 18.1 or 18.5? Is it at least working now?

    If you need dolby 5.1, sounds like you're going to have to learn to live with it. 6 minutes to render a 60 minute clip isn't bad for a program that is six years old.

  •  02-05-2021, 12:03 811543 in reply to 811542

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    It's 18.0, I can't get 18.5 or 18.6 to work with hardware acceleration. It is a 60 second clip!

    The problem is that my last very modest HP i3 laptop 4 gig of ram was very fast at rendering, and would do the same test in a fraction of the time, why is that? 

  •  02-05-2021, 12:05 811544 in reply to 811540

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Sorry everyone it is a 60 SECOND clip.
  •  02-05-2021, 12:32 811545 in reply to 811543

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    In my Opinion, either windows or your bios is not letting PS18 use the Intel integrated graphics GPU, only the NVidia GPU.  You would be better using Intel GPU for PS18, it was much faster.

    See if you can follow the link below and set PS18 to use the Intel GPU rather than the NVidia GPU.  If Intel GPU doesn't show up in the list, then your bios is disabling the Intel GPU because the monitor is connected to the NVidia GPU or you don't have the Intel GPU drivers installed in Windows.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/103965-set-preferred-gpu-apps-windows-10-a.html 

  •  02-05-2021, 12:40 811546 in reply to 811545

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Victorvideomaker had the same issue and had to set which GPU to use and performance or battery saving:

    http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/post/804883.aspx 

  •  02-06-2021, 8:30 811570 in reply to 811546

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Thanks for that.

    I have put NG Studio and Pinnacle Studio on the graphics performance list in Windows 10 and set them to Intel GPU.

    I started PS18 and set hardware acceleration to Intel.

    I set my project to render to bluray image h264 best quality 1920x1080 / 50i dd 5.1, I pressed create and the first frame loaded and just stopped, no hang just stationary, so I think that my onboard Intel GPU is not working as you said.

    The Intel GPU is showing in the device manager with no problems, it is showing as enabled I believe, as there is a button saying disable.

    Then I saw this in  Device Manager, events further information Device PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_9BC4&SUBSYS_12AA1462&REV_05\3&11583659&2&10 had a problem starting.

    Driver Name: oem12.inf

    Class Guid: {4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}

    Service: igfx

    Lower Filters: 

    Upper Filters: 

    Problem: 0x15

    Problem Status: 0x0


     
    I went into the bios and there is no information on integrated graphics at all.

    The motherboard is MSI, model MS-16W1  rev 1.0, the bios is E16W1IMS.50B

    Any ideas, I hope this information helps, thanks 

      

  •  02-06-2021, 9:12 811571 in reply to 811570

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Did you check the mb manufactures Web page for a bios update?

    Did you try setting the ngstudio and be renderer graphics to Nvidia and see if it exports?

  •  02-06-2021, 17:11 811584 in reply to 811571

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Hello, the bios is up to date according to the msi website.

    Yes it exports when changed to NVidia but still really slow. 

  •  02-06-2021, 18:28 811588 in reply to 811584

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Then i would report the problem to the laptop manufacture.
  •  02-07-2021, 18:34 811622 in reply to 811588

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Yes, thanks.

    I've reported the problem to MSI and Intel, I'll let you know how I get on.

    Thanks 

  •  06-15-2021, 12:10 815163 in reply to 811622

    Re: Painfully slow rendering in Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate on a new laptop

    Hello everyone,

    It has been some time but I thought that I would let you know that my issue is fixed.

    I think it was a driver issue. 

    After uninstalling and installing Pinnacle studio 18 Ultimate a few times and deleting the scratch folder I got a good version of 18.1 that worked with the test footage.

    I then patched to 18.5, no problems and then 18.6, all working with test footage .

    On 30th March a new Intel graphics driver came out:

    Driver version 27.20.100.9466

    I installed the driver and set the laptop to use internal graphics for PS 18, still very slow rendering with Intel hardware acceleration.

    Then:

    Device manager, right click disable NVidia dedicated graphics.

    All working

    Super fast render time

    I'm able to render and compile a 70 minute bluray image AVCHD 1920 x 1080/50i with video menus and corrections to clips in about 50 minutes.

    Much quicker than my old HP laptop.

    I thought I would post incase this can help anyone with a similar problem.

    Thank you for all your help everyone.

    I would love to buy a newer version of PS, but also love having Dolby Digital 5.1 when I play PS blurays.

    Please could DD 5.1 audio import and export be supported in new releases of PS? 

    Thanks, have a great Summer,

    Rob 

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