I do a lot of video editing with Premiere, and I was piecing my FRAPS footage with vDub to remove the extra video I didn't need.
it took me long to notice, but I realized that when I output the clips with vdubs, even at Direct Stream copy, the videos become harder to read, very slow. They never increased size but they become barely readable from a player. Then I realized that doing that also makes rendering movies way much slower than the original FRAPS footage.
I have to export the footage into an another avi lossless format to make the render time much more bearable.
Is there a way to make my method of cutting FRAPS with vDUB and have a better rendering/playback time without losing quality?
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I use SSD...
I'm pretty sure it not my system.