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March 29, 2006 at 9:25 AM #41001zzvideomakerParticipant
Need your help for the issue of rendering time on Ulead VS9.
1) What is the normal rendering time on SV9 (say a 4 GB movie) ?
I just burned a movie of 2.7 GB with HQ mode, 16:9, some music, titles and regular cross fade. The rendering time for one copy is 3.45 hours and the time for 3 copies is 5.45 hours (an option from Ulead before you render and burn DVDs). Is this normal?
2) Ulead suggests to render a video file first to insure a smooth DVD burning. In this case do I have to render it again later when I burn the dvd?
1.8 GB Pentium 4
57 GB HD
1 GB Ram
256 MB V card
March 31, 2006 at 11:39 AM #174853AnonymousInactive
The answer to your question can be one of many. Were you encoding at a CBR or a VBR setting? If so, what kind of parameters did you use? Also… what about the number of passes?
Any questions regarding encoding/compression and times are just too hard to answer because there are a million and one possible variables.
For what it’s worth, I just finished encoding a 1 hour 12 minute football highlight reel for one of my son’s teammates who needed it for a college recruting DVD and it took about 4 hours to do a single CBR pass set at 7 Mbit/s.
April 3, 2006 at 6:37 AM #174854zzvideomakerParticipant
Thanks RAM. I will check into the info you mentioned.
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