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  • Has Edius 7.31 become "slow"?

    Can anyone confirm that Edius 7.31 has become slower in exporting H.264/AVC than in previous updates?
    A 2min timeline export in HD/10Mbit now takes 12 minutes!!! Before Version 7.31 it was 4min with same settings, same material and same hardware.
    In other words, export time has increased from 2x to 6x the speed.

    Does anyone has noticed the same issue?
    Nicola
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  • #2
    is this with hardware acceleration enabled or disabled? if you have it available?
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      Acceleration is on (AMD Radeon HD 5700).
      Seems to me that encoding quality got better, but speed declined.
      Is there something known to GV??
      Nicola
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      • #4
        Acceleration is on (AMD Radeon HD 5700).
        (AMD Radeon HD 5700)......????

        I am sure ...Anton mean with "hardware acceleration enabled" => Intel Quick-Synch.....
        CentralEurope aka Hans
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        • #5
          Originally posted by CentralEurope View Post
          (AMD Radeon HD 5700)......????

          I am sure ...Anton mean with "hardware acceleration enabled" => Intel Quick-Synch.....
          correct.....
          Anton Strauss
          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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          • #6
            No. I have (still) no Quicksync technologie. But anyway - Hardware conditions are the same before and after testing.
            I thought that maybe some others noticed something similar.
            Nicola
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            • #7
              I mainly use Quicksync but on some systems use the regular encoding and have not noticed this kind of difference at all. If it had gone from 2 mins taking 5 instead of 4 mins to encode I may not have noticed by taking 12 minutes longer is something I would have noticed. Are you sure they are the same settings and you have not chosed "superfine" quality where as you used to use normal?
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              • #8
                I am testing on a dual 6 core Xeon HP Z800 PC = 24 logical cores so no Quicksync here.

                It depends somewhat on the complexity of the original timeline. If you have rendered and added to the timeline it will be quicker to export than if you haven't. And of course rendering and adding to the timeline in HQX or HQ is quite quick and worth doing ahead of a long timeline H264 encode. Otherwise Edius exporter will effectively have two jobs to do, render down into a single track and format change to export.

                So If I take an example 1 green screen clip 1920 by 1080 50i with chroma key applied and export it takes real time to export, a 1 minute clip takes 1 minute to export.

                If however I choose to export the same clip as 50p it has a frame interpolation job to do as well and the same clip takes twice as long, 2 minutes, so that information will give you a clue.

                AVCIntra and Canopus HQ/x are very fast export formats. QuickTime is very very slow and doesn't utilise the parallel processing of all processor cores.

                Mike
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