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Render while you edit!

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Giddyfish, May 13, 2015.

  1. GamersName
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    You missed the point, everyone can do that, fact is that doing other stuff increases render time, that's what the talk is about :)
     
  2. ZombieBrain
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    Of course it does. But if You utilize Your cuda cores for the rendering it'll be significantly less noticeable.
     
  3. SoleilTech
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    Actually, if you have Adobe Premiere you can also download Media Encoder CC, which allows you to render your videos in this separate program while editing in Premiere Pro.
     
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  4. BijutsuYoukai
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    I would do this if Camtasia would ALLOW me to do so -_- Instead I must waste time.
     
  5. Luceroboy
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    I don't usually do anything when my computer renders a video with my specs:
    Intel Core i5-4690K Devil's Canyon Quad-Core 3.5GH
    MSI GTX 970 GAMING 4G GeForce GTX 970 4GB 256-Bit

    I would suggest using the batch render option in vegas instead. So you have a queue of videos being rendered. They have to be part of the same project and you split them into separate render sections.

    So edit to your content and then when you leave have it set to render them all.
     
  6. ZombieBrain
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    You can do it in Premiere Pro too... just need to add videos to queue in Adobe Media Encoder.
     
  7. It'sDumi
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    I can edit while I render a video. I use premiere to edit and adobe encoder to render, allowing me to go back on premiere and edit something else. However! If I'm rendering a large project or even a medium scaled project, premiere pro will practically be pointless for editing. I only have 8gb ram but If I increased it, it would be a lot better. It's cool because with encoder you can allocate how much ram you want to rendering and how much you want left over for other programs.
     
  8. Switchbox
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    I have done that a few times,
    It can be quite handy.
     
  9. Palidor
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    I have 16gb of DDR4 and my CPU will be at 100% before I get close to 100% ram. Rendering is more CPU based
     
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  10. BossKnight
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    My apologize, I didn't read every post. Premiere Pro has the Queue, I don't use it that often but I need to start using it. It's a good idea, Giddyfish, especially for gamers that do series. I usually record 3 episodes at a time so if I could get all three edited and rendered quicker then that would be a stress reliever.
     

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