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  • Bluetongue
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    NewBlue feedback
    Shift +G slowest render is 5 seconds, all in HD, have not tested all yet but only the ones I would use.
    Thanks Steve for the info on "Shift G" there is no doubt of the value of using this forum, just GREAT
    Regards Barry

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  • SRsupport
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    No problem Anton.

    Steve

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  • antonsvideo
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    cartoonr applied to a 5 second 1440x1080i Pal clip

    Shift+G = 38 seconds to render
    Shift+Q = 38 seconds to render

    cartoonr applied to a 5 second 720x576 16:9 DV Pal clip

    Shift+G = 4 seconds to render
    Shift+Q = 4 seconds to render

    so, Shift+G is great, thanks Steve

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  • SRsupport
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    Just did the xplode pro 15 sec transition render test and I see equal rendering?

    Xplode set to D3d universal renderer and in the config
    It is on my video card Direct 3d hal (software antialiasing)

    STeve

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  • antonsvideo
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    sorry to confuse here, I made a mistake

    Shift+Q was picking up the rendered transition and as result did it in a second

    so, Shift+Q and Shift+G take the same time

    I have cartoonr, I will rest and report back

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  • SRsupport
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    Why are we testing xplode pro in the first place it is dead?

    Anton download the free cartoonr from newblue. It is a filter.

    Apply it to a clip and do the render comparison.

    I tested all the newblue 3 d transformation transitions and they are equal in render time.

    Now if I will do the explode test. If there is a difference it certainly has to be something explode specific explode?


    Steve

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
    That is so true and frustrating at the same time. :(
    Shift +G was added in 4.5 if I remember correctly.

    Steve
    It was in EDIUS 3 too afaik, I was always right clicking and rendering so the shortcut must've been different

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
    Anton I just did that with the newblue cartoonr filter.
    On my system which is also dual xeon 8 core the render time between shift +q and shift +G are equal.

    6 sec sd with cartoonr takes 4 sec to render on both renders.
    I will do the ballbounce test again.



    Checked it 3 times.
    be sure to set xplodepro config to universial 3D renderer

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Just to be more scientific (and also remove caching from the equation) try extending the transition length to 15 seconds.

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  • SRsupport
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    Anton I just did that with the newblue cartoonr filter.
    On my system which is also dual xeon 8 core the render time between shift +q and shift +G are equal.

    6 sec sd with cartoonr takes 4 sec to render on both renders.
    I will do the ballbounce test again.



    Checked it 3 times.

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  • antonsvideo
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    Hi Steve

    I was using 1440x1080i test clips with a 1 sec xplode pro ball bounce

    xplode pro config is set to universial 3D renderer since my graphics card does not work with the realtime nvidia patch

    try it and you will see that shift+Q renders this ball bounce in less than a second

    then try shift+G (it stalls for 10 sec, then it says 1min 30 sec remaining, then it speeds up and all up it takes 40 seconds)

    maybe this is just unique to xplodepro but why does shift+Q work fast?

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  • SRsupport
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    I was testing with newblue stuff not xplode pro.

    Was your footage SD or HD?

    Also if you have the renderer set to your GPU this could give results that are whacky.

    Btw Anton I put that same transition on HD footage on a sd timeline and the system was so fast that there was not even time displayed.
    If you want I can put up a screen capture for you.



    Steve
    Last edited by SRsupport; 05-15-2008, 03:15 AM.

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  • antonsvideo
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    ok

    I added an xplode pro 1 sec ball bounce transition

    1. I double click the ruler above the selected trans and press Ship+Q, render takes less than 1 second

    2. I delete the above render

    3. I select the transition and press shift+G and render takes 40 seconds

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  • SRsupport
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    Yeah I can't keep track of what was added when. :)
    My mistake.
    It is a time saver on transitions because it is speedy.
    When adding in HD press shift + G.
    It beats doing the in out thing over transition and then pressing the shift +q.

    But everyone has his/ her own workflow. :)

    Steve

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    The shortcut was added recently... The function itself has been around since 3.something, though I admit I never thought of doing it to a transition.

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