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Old March 29th, 2011, 03:14 PM   #31
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Re: Adobe Media Encoder cs4 slower?

Reviving an old thread here. I am rendering 4 videos to FLV using adobe media encoder CS4 and noticed that A.M.E is only using 16% of the cpu and as such the system is parking 4 cores. These renders are taking close to 25 min each. I have gone through all the adobe preferences menus I can find, is there anyway I can tell it to use all cores and feast on the processor and ram? To put in perspective, when I render with Vegas Pro 10, it uses any available cpu overhead on all cores and is super fast but offers no flash options.

Any recommendations on setting changes I could make to force Media Encoder to use more resources and render faster?


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-i7 processor
-win 7 64 bit ultimate
-12 gb DDR3 ram
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