I have on desing in Illustrator that take around 41 minutes to 2 hours in make a reindering
The PC have a Xeon Processador GPU RTX 3060 12GB
In the proccess Isee the GPU in 1%
Please elaborate so we can follow along with you as to what exactly you did. What is meant by make a rendering?
The artwork to me looks like a placed bitmap (of which I would use the .PSD format) and a vector mask added to that. Are you saying that this took over 2 hours to draw the preview on the screen???
If those are all vector paths from maybe a livetrace, then you should let us know so we can provide the proper advice.
This is the process
1-A pdf file is received from the client and it is opened in Adobe Illustrator.
2-The image is modified in Potoshop and to create bitmap separations.
3-Then the image is worked on in Illustrator to achieve the desired color scale.
4-After the art is finished, the file is saved in pdf with characteristics that the pdf can be modified to create other sizes
Also, the files ia have a sizes betwern 800MB and 3 or 6GB
Agree with Mr. Gondek. Unless this is some super complex Substance 3D texture rendered parametrically the "render time" seems unreasonable - whatever you mean by that. The GPU not being used would further enforce this point. Some more info certainly would help.
We are sorry to hear that. I read your workflow, and it seems the issue is not with GPU usage but with the file size. This is expected behaviour, but the performance & exporting time can be further improved using a high read & write SSD and RAM.
However, if possible, you may share a sample AI file that takes a couple of hours on your machine when saving it as a PDF. I will check at my end & share my observation with you.
Looking forward to your response.