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Musicvid wrote on 10/17/2020, 11:07 AM

Then don't use it. Or get a faster CPU.

When you consider that every single pixel of every single frame must be resampled and re-encoded, your results seem pretty reasonable to me.

GoodEnough wrote on 10/17/2020, 11:14 AM

When you have no idea what you're talking about, you should refrain from posting nonsense.

Reasonable to take ELEVEN MINS to process an 8 second clip? Wrong. Clearly, it's not my CPU.

 

Here is the correct answer: Vegas tries to stabilize the ENTIRE video file, not just the clip

So, it was trying to stabilize the entire 15 minute clip.

You need to create a Subclip (separate physical file) and then it takes like 5 seconds on an 8 second clip

 

j-v wrote on 10/17/2020, 12:24 PM

When you have no idea what you're talking about, you should refrain from posting nonsense.

In/after your opening Question you did probably not read this warning

when you tried to Stabilize an event the "normal way" while you had to do it different.
You're the one that post here nonsens.

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set wrote on 10/17/2020, 4:39 PM

You need to create a Subclip (separate physical file) and then it takes like 5 seconds on an 8 second clip

You are correct. Always do this if you want to use in Media level.