Rendering all the time (Studio 14) & reinstall?

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    • #47276
      Avatarnoosacastaway
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      I seem to spend an enormous amount of time waiting for my clip edits to render. Sometimes I just have to open a video project and it starts rendering before I make any changes? I think I need to re-install. Can someone help me with the best way to do this. I paid for the download direct and don’t have a disc or anything at home. I’m new to this and would appreciate any help.

      Cheers LH

    • #194676
      Avatarvid-e-o-man
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      LH,

      Some more info would probably help. Editing software, what type of video files, any specs on the computer that you are using etc.

    • #194677
      Avatarnoosacastaway
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      Sorry .. using Studio 14 ultimate colllection and I am creating a chroma key arrangement. I downloaded video files from a Sony HVR-V1P cam I think in DV? Recorded in 1080i. I hope I’m making sense. The computer has better than recommended (not minimum) specs for this software and I run this program almost exclusively. Have created about 5 four minute video’s without this problem but this first Chroma.

      Thanks again.

      LH

    • #194678
      AvatarYvon
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      Hi,

      Pentium 4 is good for DV (720 x 480) if you go to HD (1920 x 1080) you need an i7 computer and about 8 gig memories to process 20 minutes video.

      I suppose that your project is made with a minimum of 2 tracks the first track contain a movie or a picture or combination movie, picture, title;the track number 2 contain your chroma work. If you consider that a Pentium 4 requires about 9 minutes to render 1 minute of HD movie and 1 track movie. More work you ask to the computer more time is need.

      The hint with Studio 14 is todivide your project in 2 or4 parts generate an avi file for each part and combine theAVI filesin one movie. This appears more work but this work

      Regards,

      YR

    • #194679
      AvatarPioneer
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      You can turn off rendering while you work on the project by un-checking render in full or real time in the setup menu. I use this program and like it but has a lot of bugs in it causing it to crash.

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