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Incredible long rendertime

Community Beginner ,
Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Hey, i just wanted to render a 4k video (01:52:43 hr).
But it says up to 11 hrs for that video and when i start the rendering my GPU only maxes out up to 10
%.
Do i have to change settings to get a faster time
?

Videosettings
:

Format: H.264

UHD (3840x2160)

Square Pixel

Max. deepness

Max. Render Quality

Hardware Rendering Profile: High

Level: 5.2

VBR: 30

 

My specs:

i7 13700k

RX 7900XT

32 GB

DDR5 Winwdows 11

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Community Beginner , Jan 18, 2024 Jan 18, 2024

Hey,

actually the video file was corrupted but just on my PC, i tryed it on my MacBook Pro 2019 and it was rendering but the memory was to low.

So my fix was that i was using CapCut PC to "renew" my video file (which has worked) and then i used the new file for my premiere video.

After that it needed 3 hrs.

I have to say i had some effects (which are maybe time consumpting idk) on the video.

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Max depth and quality add significant to render times.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Okay, but does it look much worse if theyre not enabled ?

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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No.

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okay, will try thank you 😃

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Please let us know if this solution worked...

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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A nearly two hour sequence of H. 264 encoding is a chunk of work. And is going to still be a rather significant file on export.

 

So the first question ... Premiere's export process needs at least 4-5 times the free space on the drive you are exporting to, as the final file size will be. So ... do you have a LOT of free space on that drive?

 

Second ... Premiere uses cache files extensively for a lot of processes. So ... do you have a LOT of fast access, cache only space available for Premiere? (For example, I have two Nvme SSD drives, one only for OS/programs, the other ONLY used for video post cache drive space. I never run out of fast internal cache space.)

 

Third, which driver is being used by that AMD GPU? Drivers can be a HUGE boost ... or pain.

 

Finally, until @RjL190365 weighs in here, the rest of us are not nearly as heavily directly knowledgeable as they are. We can make comments where RJK can pronounce Results.

 

In my experience here and elsewhere, although AMD GPUs are finally starting to be competitive with Nvidia GPUs for video post (a very different use than gaming!) ... most apps in video post are still more naturally coded to work with Nvidia cards. Premiere, Resolve, you name it. That migh be part of the issue also.

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As always, valid points, @R Neil Haugen!

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Hey,

actually the video file was corrupted but just on my PC, i tryed it on my MacBook Pro 2019 and it was rendering but the memory was to low.

So my fix was that i was using CapCut PC to "renew" my video file (which has worked) and then i used the new file for my premiere video.

After that it needed 3 hrs.

I have to say i had some effects (which are maybe time consumpting idk) on the video.

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So the first question ... Premiere's export process needs at least 4-5 times the free space on the drive you are exporting to, as the final file size will be. So ... do you have a LOT of free space on that drive?

I do have enough space on my 5 SSDs.

 

Second ... Premiere uses cache files extensively for a lot of processes. So ... do you have a LOT of fast access, cache only space available for Premiere? (For example, I have two Nvme SSD drives, one only for OS/programs, the other ONLY used for video post cache drive space. I never run out of fast internal cache space.)
5 NVMe SSDs

 

Third, which driver is being used by that AMD GPU? Drivers can be a HUGE boost ... or pain.
Newest one according to AMD Adrenaline (at that time i was trying it).

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