Seems rendering has slowed down...not understanding why

Chris-Harwood wrote on 3/15/2019, 2:10 PM

With an i7 4770k @ 3.50 GHz and 16GB of memory... I'm rendering a 10 minute video of one track (with audio). Only FX are color correction and sharpness. I'm using abut 85% of my CPU and about 40% of my memory, per my task manager. Taking abut 20+ minutes to render @ 1080p 60fps...the same as my source material. Oh...using the lowly Intel graphics...the 4600HD....
Is this normal?

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j-v wrote on 3/15/2019, 2:24 PM

Depends on your hardware in combination with programversion and thus possible rendertemplates. That kind of stuff renders with me in 0,8-0,9 x realtime.

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Chris-Harwood wrote on 3/15/2019, 2:50 PM

Do I need to provide more specs than above and I'm using VP16 with the latest updates? I'm rendering to MP4 @ 1080p @ 60fps. My 10 minute file is taking 20 minutes... so I guess that's 2X realtime?

Eagle Six wrote on 3/15/2019, 2:57 PM

@Chris-Harwood can you post screenshots of your Project Settings, render format template, and the specs of your source media using the free app Mefiainfo in text mode? That will get us started.

System Specs......
Corsair Obsidian Series 450D ATX Mid Tower
Asus X99-A II LGA 2011-v3, Intel X99 SATA 6 Gb/s USB 3.1/3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Intel Core i7-6800K 15M Broadwell-E, 6 core 3.4 GHz LGA 2011-v3 (overclocked 20%)
64GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200
Corsair Hydro Series H110i GTX 280mm Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
MSI Radeon R9 390 DirectX 12 8GB Video Card
Corsair RMx Series RM750X 740W 80 Plus Gold power pack
Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 boot drive
Corsair Neutron XT 2.5 480GB SATA III SSD - video work drive
Western Digitial 1TB 7200 RPM SATA - video work drive
Western Digital Black 6TB 7200 RPM SATA 6Bb/s 128MB Cache 3.5 data drive

Bluray Disc burner drive
2x 1080p monitors
Microsoft Window 10 Pro
DaVinci Resolve Studio 16 pb2
SVP13, MVP15, MVP16, SMSP13, MVMS15, MVMSP15, MVMSP16

j-v wrote on 3/15/2019, 3:08 PM

I'm rendering to MP4 @ 1080p @ 60fps.

For rendering to mp4 there are more than one codec, the fastes for AVC and HEVC are the Magix AVC and HEVC codecs with GPU help if your GPU(s?) meets the specs for VPRO 16

 

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Laptop  :Asus ROG GL753VD, W10 home, version 1903 build 18.362, CPU i7 7700HQ, 16 GB RAM, GeF. GTX 1050 (2 GB) + Int. HD Graphics 630(2GB).
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rraud wrote on 3/15/2019, 3:32 PM

In my experience, nesting increases render times significantly, so I prerender nested segments as a Magic lossless AVI. Otherwise, lots of factors affect rendering time, motion, fades, x-fades and other transitions, ect. In general, my MP4 files render at about half of real time or so with the Magix or MainConcept AVC codecs. VP-16, Win 10, 32 GB RAM. I also usually render the audio separately and mux it in.