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Your Tips for running powerful Plug-ins on a Low power Computer?

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Aug 15, 2020

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Your Tips for running powerful Plug-ins on a Low power Computer?

 

A lot of people have lost their job and income through Corona Virus.

With no income, I Purchased an Acer Veriton X4630G i5 4460 3.2GHz 8G.

Intel HD Graphics 4600 with less than 2G VRam. CC2018

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This post is for people to share their Tips and Tricks:

How to run powerful Plug-ins on a Low power PC?

 

1/ Turning off GPU at the Plug-in can help in some cases.

2/ Use intermediate Codec like UTVideo, Lagarith or MagicYUV. (Lossless Only).

 

Note: Although MagicYUV claims the fastest decode and encode speed.

I found UTVideo more reliable, to render successfully with troublesome plug-ins.

Obviously, you will need to do an extra recode after processing, for broad compatibility of final video.

 

The focus here, is being able to use a single plugin. (we can render multiple times with lossless codec)

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Your Tips for running powerful Plug-ins on a Low power Computer?

Explorer ,
Aug 15, 2020

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Your Tips for running powerful Plug-ins on a Low power Computer?

 

A lot of people have lost their job and income through Corona Virus.

With no income, I Purchased an Acer Veriton X4630G i5 4460 3.2GHz 8G.

Intel HD Graphics 4600 with less than 2G VRam. CC2018

______________________________

 

This post is for people to share their Tips and Tricks:

How to run powerful Plug-ins on a Low power PC?

 

1/ Turning off GPU at the Plug-in can help in some cases.

2/ Use intermediate Codec like UTVideo, Lagarith or MagicYUV. (Lossless Only).

 

Note: Although MagicYUV claims the fastest decode and encode speed.

I found UTVideo more reliable, to render successfully with troublesome plug-ins.

Obviously, you will need to do an extra recode after processing, for broad compatibility of final video.

 

The focus here, is being able to use a single plugin. (we can render multiple times with lossless codec)

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