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mothinkers
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@Stro88: I guess you are not using multiprocessing right now? you only have 6gb of ram but 8 cpu threads. you should at least have 2gb per thread to be able to use all threads while rendering.

Never thought about this! Thanks a lot for the advice! I will verify!

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5p1r17
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Slashcam – Benchmark
  • Intel i7 2600k @ 3,51 GHz
  • Asus P8P67
  • 8GB 609mhz DDR3 RAM
  • Multiprocessing: On (1Gb Ram per Core)
  • CapsLock: On
  • AE CS6

Render time: 79 seconds :)

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Creattive
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  • CapsLock: On

Does that make a difference?

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5p1r17
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Of course :) It disables rendering preview screen.

Edit: Just tried without turning it on. Rendering time – 81 second. In this case – just 2 seconds, but sometimes it gives a very high boost. I think it depends on how complex your project is….

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Creattive
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it renders the frame anyway, I don’t think it makes much of a difference if it is displayed or not. but I will try it out sometime.

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5p1r17
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CPU no need anymore to waste time on rendering preview image. For example, try to convert inside AE any 1-2 minute video with caps ON and OFF…

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Slashcam – Benchmark

  • i7 3930k @ 3.2 Ghz
  • Sabertooth x79
  • 4×8 Gb Ram Kingston HyperX 1600
  • Multiprocessing : 3gb Per Core (28,5Gb Ae Memory Usage)
  • GeForce GTX680 2GB
  • SSD
  • Ae Cs6
  • Render Time : 47 Seconds

    “About The Caps Lock : On/Off_You Should Keep It On When Rendering For Faster Render Times, Because This Way Ae Doesnt Have To Realtime Render The Preview And The Final Render Together ,(Hope You Understood What I Said :p Sorry For My English Grammar)”

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Slashcam – Benchmark

- i5-3570K @ 3.4GHz

- 16GB RAM

- CS5

- Intel HD Graphics 4000 :O (Waiting for GraphicsCard arrival…)

Caps Lock OFF: 2 min 33 sec

Caps Lock ON: 2 min 28 sec

Duh…

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Slashcam benchmark


XEON E5 4650 @ 3.2 Ghz
48 Gb Ram
SSD
Ae CS6
Render Time : 41 Seconds

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Slashcam:

77sec

i7 IvyBridge @ 4GHz

Dual Channel memory @ 2133Mhz (32Gb)

SSD

ATI Eyefinity 5870 2Gb DDR5

Caps Lock ON

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