I'm not sure if I've done this right, as it is my first post in VideoHelp
Basically, when rendering full HD video, the render times are very long (45 mins for a 1 min clip)
This is my set-up >>>
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
Pentium Dual Core E6600 3.06GHz
nVidia GeForce GT 640 GPU
1TB ATA HDD
And these are the settings I am using to render video in Photoshop >>>
Exporting as 1080 HD Quicktime
H.264 compression - compressor quality = High
Frame rate as original
Key Frames = Auto
Data Rate = unlimited (but doesn't seem to make much difference, even if it is limited to, say, 2,000kbits/sec)
I am wondering if I am doing something wrong!
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Probably this: "And these are the settings I am using to render video in Photoshop"
Sry, didn't realize what you were doing.
Last edited by Wolfen; 13th Feb 2013 at 08:41.
1080p h.264 encoding on a Pentium D = very slow
E6600 is a C2D, no Dual Core. Its has overclocked too.
Sorry, my mistake. Even an overclocked Core 2 Duo E6600 will not be fast with 1080p h.264. For more speed switch to x264 and run with the veryfast or superfast preset.
Its work only .gif
I tested using a 10seconds gif (320x240) to same spces from OP, compress time is 10 seconds on my PC.
Very strange 45mns.