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Thats actually very good rendering times to me. Idk really but 20 minute 1080p videos take forever on my X3.
   
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Thats actually very good rendering times to me. Idk really but 20 minute 1080p videos take forever on my X3.
with his processor at stock speed, and the optimal rendering settings for his project, a 20 minute 1080p render should take roughly 35-45mins.

overclock that thing to 4.5-4.7ghz and it should be faster than real time, unless there are multiple effects and a ton of audio.

****ALSO...and this is important.....20Mbps is waaaaaay overkill, unless your going to blu-ray. if it's for internet, you can half it. Hardly a sacrafice in quality, and most, if not all sites re-encode it to a lower bitrate anyway.
Edited by PB4UGO - 11/4/11 at 9:48pm
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with his processor at stock speed, and the optimal rendering settings for his project, a 20 minute 1080p render should take roughly 35-45mins.

overclock that thing to 4.5-4.7ghz and it should be faster than real time, unless there are multiple effects and a ton of audio.

****ALSO...and this is important.....20Mbps is waaaaaay overkill, unless your going to blu-ray. if it's for internet, you can half it. Hardly a sacrafice in quality, and most, if not all sites re-encode it to a lower bitrate anyway.
I tried rendering a video that was roughly the same size and duration as the one I spoke of earlier, and it estimated that it would take roughly the same amount of time to render (about 55-57 minutes); even with the load placed completely on the CPU.

I changed the bit rate to 10,000,000 instead, and we'll see if that does anything. Are you sure I shouldn't merely drop it down to 15,000,000?
I don't want to sacrifice too much quality.
Anywho, when I dropped the bit rate down to 10,000,000, that dropped the estimated rendering time down to roughly 47 minutes.
8 minute reduction in time.
Although I am really hoping to achieve 20-30 minutes, tops.

The other thing to note is that, I'm pretty sure I would have seen the same results if I had dropped down to 10,000,000 on my i5. That's my biggest qualm here; I don't understand why I'm not seeing a significant boost since the upgrade. =[
It's like the HT technology isn't being utilized at all.
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you know its hard drive read and write speed that can slow things down.

i read source files from 1 drive and output to a 2nd drive SSDs.

and saw a massive boost.

but then i run mine at 4.8 and it eats 2k for breakfast.
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Overclock your CPU my friend. You will cut times.

If this isn't an option, then your more than likely stuck with those times unless you sacrifice quality.
 
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you know its hard drive read and write speed that can slow things down.

i read source files from 1 drive and output to a 2nd drive SSDs.

and saw a massive boost.

but then i run mine at 4.8 and it eats 2k for breakfast.
it's not so much read/write speed of any single drive that will bottleneck, but you hit the nail on the head as far as harddrive allocation. Software on SSD, raw files on HDD, and render to 2nd HDD.
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by the way Vegas 10 is in beta its not finished stick with 9 pro. ive had losts of issue with 10.
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it's not so much read/write speed of any single drive that will bottleneck, but you hit the nail on the head as far as harddrive allocation. Software on SSD, raw files on HDD, and render to 2nd HDD.
defo the way to go ive been doing this for a long time.

its not drive read and write. its reading the source files feed the cpu frames finished write out.

the drive is doing lots of mini reads and writes.

the best ways

Os
Souce Files
Render Drive.

then the cpu can be fed data all the time and render to another drive keep the source free to keep pumping the data in.

Edit also lots of ram if you video edit in this day and age with that CPU you need 16gigs call me overkill thats just how i roll
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@EPC-Valthos
I have my Vegas Pro installed to a 7200 HDD.
The raw footage being rendered is on a second 7200 HDD.
The final output file is being rendered to the same HDD with the footage on it.
Should I mix that up somehow? Should I introduce a RAMDisk partition to render the file to?
(I have 8GB of RAM; and obviously not all of it is being utilized by any program. I thought about upgrading to 16gb, but it turns out that my computer hasn't even reached the potential of the 8gb of RAM yet; not even while rendering)

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So you're saying the only reason that my i5 managed to keep up with my i7, is because it was very slightly overclocked?
I would be more than happy to overclock it, and in fact my goal is to get it as close to 4.5ghz as possible; but the problem right now is finding the right fan. The stock fan at this time can barely keep up with the CPU at stock speeds.
I'm trying to figure out if I can remove the back panel on my case, because I do not want to remove my motherboard to install a fan. (Getting my motherboard in the first time was a terrible, terrible experience)

I had just assumed that the i7 2600k would greatly out-perform the i5 2500k at stock speeds.

@EPC-Valthos again
Are you sure? I thought Vegas Pro 11 was in the beta stage. Would reverting back to Pro 9 really make that much of a difference?
Edited by Ownaholic - 11/4/11 at 10:39pm
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@EPC-Valthos
I have my Vegas Pro installed to a 7200 HDD.
The raw footage being rendered is on a second 7200 HDD.
The final output file is being rendered to the same HDD with the footage on it.
Should I mix that up somehow? Should I introduce a RAMDisk partition to render the file to?
(I have 8GB of RAM; and obviously not all of it is being utilized by any program. I thought about upgrading to 16gb, but it turns out that my computer hasn't even reached the potential of the 8gb of RAM yet; not even while rendering)

@Dustin1
So you're saying the only reason that my i5 managed to keep up with my i7, is because it was very slightly overclocked?
I would be more than happy to overclock it, and in fact my goal is to get it as close to 4.5ghz as possible; but the problem right now is finding the right fan. I'm trying to figure out if I can remove the back panel on my case, because I do not want to remove my motherboard to install a fan. (Getting my motherboard in the first time was a terrible, terrible experience)

I had just assumed that the i7 2600k would greatly out-perform the i5 2500k at stock speeds.

@EPC-Valthos again
Are you sure? I thought Vegas Pro 11 was in the beta stage. Would reverting back to Pro 9 really make that much of a difference?
its what software you want to use i see no extra features i would use in 10 over 9.

i stick to stable because i cant aford to take risks.

8GB is fine for video.

see your using the same drive for source and render.

when your rendering do you get 100% usage on all 8 threads in task manager. or near as dam it to 100, if yes you have no issues, if you see it going up and down its a IO issue.
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