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Question － UI reacting very slowly
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2017-08-29 16:17:42 ( ID:k26qnzxicrr )
first of all: I am very happy with TMPGEnc 6. I like working with it and the usability of the software i think is awesome. Also Hurray! for the Batch-Rendering-Feature.
However since i first started using TMPGEnc i have the problem, that the UI is reacting very slowly on changes.
For example: When i insert a clip into the timeline i have to wait 5 seconds. When i want to set the current play-marker somewhere on the clip it takes another 5-8 seconds until the preview-window updates. Same when i try to split a clip: At least 10 seconds until something is happening.
The other major thing is playback in preview-window: While the sound is on time, the preview-window is never keeping up. It mostly stops displaying anything at all, only a freeze frame. When i hit the stop-button the preview-image updates after 5 seconds.
Does anyone have a suggestion how this can be eliminated?
My computer-specifications are: Intel Core i7-2600K - 3,40 GHz, 24 GB RAM, 64-Bit Windows 7, GeForce GTX 1070
I have already set the option "Pre-Rendering - Save Folder" to RAM so it's not caching on the harddisk, but no change.
Mostly i am rendering videos 1920x1080 - 60 FPS and 2440x1440 - 60 FPS.
I am open for any suggestion. It is so hard to work with the software, when you have to wait every few seconds for the ui-update.
2017-09-03 03:29:10 ( ID:k26qnzxicrr )
Just to clarify: If no one has a solution i am also very happy to hear from your user-experience. Do you have the same problem when working with clips? Does your TMPGenc react immediately when changing properties or moving clips? Any help or review would be appreciated, so i may be able to narrow the problem down.
2017-09-16 13:46:20 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )
I only get that kind of slow down when I work with videos higher than 1080p, so maybe your system just can't handle it. I mostly work with 720p and 1080i footage and it works great with that.
I'm on Windows 10, Core i7, 16 GB RAM.
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