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  • Re: Re:Slooooowww Rendering an MP4

    Pinnacle 25U is installed on a Samsung SSD 850 EVO, I'm using Windows 64 bit 10 Pro - latest build, 32 gigs of RAM and the video files being rendered are located on an M2 WD Black 500 GB hard drive.&nbsp; &nbsp; Again, if I open 23U and render the same file I'll get 80-83% usage from the CPU and it'll take 10-15 minutes to completely render out ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 11, 2022
  • Re: Re:Slooooowww Rendering an MP4

    i7 4790K @ 4000Ghz 4001 Mhz 4 Cores
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 11, 2022
  • Slooooowww Rendering an MP4

    Hey All, Again, thanx to all who helped me figure out the Aspect Ratio Issue I was having (it was the Hardware Acceleration - went from Cuda to Intel = problem solved)... that issue started when I upgraded from 23U (on this computer) to 25U - as did THIS issue.&nbsp; In 23U it'd take me 10-15 minutes to render an hour of .avi video - after ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 11, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    Good point... I just assumed, again rightly or wrongly as I'm not an expert by any stretch of the imagination, that if the 'captured' bitrate was 30 MB's per second then maybe I should be rendering out the MP4 at the same bitrate... right now I'm capturing some PAL footage from a miniDV tape and as I'm capturing it I can see the bitrate hovering ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 7, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    I guess my video card is dated - an nVidia GeForce GTX 960 - only has 2 GB of onboard DDR5 ram...&nbsp; must - get - more - ram...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    Sweet....Mother.....of....GOD!&nbsp; It worked.&nbsp; I changed the hardware accelerator from Cuda to Intel, rendered out the SAME video clip (of my gun caught in the holster) and it rendered out fine at 720x480 and 16:9.&nbsp; When I looked back at my previous installations of Pinnacle I see that they all used the Intel NOT Cuda.&nbsp; Why v. 25U ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    It's been at CUDA since I installed ver. 25U... I can switch it to Intel and run another Export...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    Well done sir!!!&nbsp; That's exactly how I would've done it as well... so clearly it's MY installation that won't let me use 720x480 in Widescreen nor will it let me increase the bitrate.&nbsp; The video captured in my sample was close to 20k MB's per second but the biggest I could get it to render out as is 8 or 9k per second.
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    And it's a true 16:9 in MediaInfo?&nbsp; Because mine said it RENDERED as a 720x480 16:9 but when I played it back I could tell it was too narrow and distorted so I checked it with MediaInfo and that's when I saw that it wasn't 16:9 but 3:2.
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
  • Re: Display Aspect Ratio of 3:2 AFTER rendering...

    Hi Richard, No - I've always used the H.264/AVC preset for the format.&nbsp; I wish it (the possible solution) was that simple - just change a setting but I've changed nothing - I'm a creature of habit I'm afraid and my home business is converting peoples VHS/Camcorder &amp; MiniDV tapes to digital MP4 video files and I've used Pinnacle since ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mikec578 on June 6, 2022
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