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- May 18, 2008 at 9:27 PM #37263AnonymousInactive
I use Vegas Platinum and DVD Architect and it takes easily an hour and a half just to burna thirty minute movie not including the rendering process to send it to Architect. Is there any way to speed up the process
- May 19, 2008 at 7:06 PM #164997faqvideoParticipant
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Creating the DVD file structure on your hard drive may take a while depending on the power of your computer, compression ratio, etc. 1,5 hours for a 30 min video sounds like a normal rendering time for an average PC.
- May 20, 2008 at 1:28 AM #164998AnonymousInactive
What can I upgrade in my PC to speed up the process?
- May 20, 2008 at 2:07 AM #164999AnonymousInactive
Upgrading your processor is the best way speed up rendering. Use caution though, because processor upgrading is also the most difficult. To upgrade the processor you will very likely have to upgrade the entire motherboard.
- May 20, 2008 at 3:26 AM #165000AnonymousInactive
i would suggest that you encode your project to the dvda mpeg stream first and render an ac-3 audio file from vegas and import those into dvda. if anything has to be recompressed in dvda, it will take longer. Also, rendering to a seperate drive that where the files are located will help with speeds. my setup is a 250 gig system drive, 250 gig file drive for captures, pictures and an external drive for dvd file renders.
- May 20, 2008 at 2:24 PM #165001AnonymousInactive
Thanks for the reponse. How much does a motherboard cost or am I better off waiting until I buy a new computer to install better features into it when it is built.
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