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1.it is not able to generate a 2 second preview. It takes hours.
2. Your system profile
|Intel(R) Core™ i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz 4.00 GHz
|64-Bit-Betriebssystem, x64-basierter Prozessor
|Stift- und Toucheingabe
|Für diese Anzeige ist keine Stift- oder Toucheingabe verfügbar.
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I don’t see a discrete GPU in your setup.
Just looked at the logfile and you’re working with a 4K out video file.
Your system just isn’t capable of running any faster with that GPU / CPU combination.
For reference they are getting 0.07 fps, that is 7 hours to process just 60 seconds
From the log file, it seem that he has a Radeon RX 460 4GB VRAM.
2023-07-14 15:44:18 4552 INFO: Device count: 1
2023-07-14 15:44:18 4552 INFO: - Index 0 Name Radeon(TM) RX 460 Graphics Cores 0
2023-07-14 15:44:18 4552 INFO: VRAM 3.97948 GB Total / 0 GB Used DataType 1
2023-07-14 15:44:18 4552 INFO: Serial 0cec2 ComputeLevel: 0 CUDA ID: -1 Visible: 1 Legacy: 0
the problem is that your system is outdated - use v.2.6.4
while Topaz Video(v.3.x.x) requires a modern TOP CPU and GPU
I just wanted to let you know that it seems you may have accidentally replied to the wrong person. The original poster may be the intended recipient of your message, not me.
Why are you saying use 2.6.4 when the load on the GPU and CPU is not hugely less ?
Unless you have data to prove me incorrect.
does the 264 version require a lot of resources/power?
Take a moment and give a little thought to what is going on under the hood. Yes, it is painfully slow when we all want it done yesterday. There is no such thing as a computer that is too fast. Topaz has done a lot to help by giving us the ability to batch the jobs and let us work in the foreground. The true bottom line is to buy the machine with the highest amount of resources you can afford. If your system supports it, get a set of dual display cards that can be cabled together to share GPU’s. If you have used Adobe Premiere in multi-cam shoots, you know exactly what happens when you have five cameras to mix. This software is truly amazing. I tend to research a set of parameters then batch up all my clips and go to bed. Even if it takes 48 hours to render, it is still worth the results. It will get better as technology moves forward.
That’s what I’m asking you for recomending it.
2.6.4 has it’s own issues that will never be addressed, and isn’t it just as slow if not slower on that hardware? If not, that’s great. I do remember hearing it was faster on AMD GPUs.
@dvincent is right: Videos are some of the largest and most complex digital files. AI can be some of the largest and most complex processes you can do on digital files. Combine the two and it should be no surprise that a lot of powerful hardware is required to do it in reasonable amount of time.
To be honest, Topaz has done an amazing job at making an AI program that can run as fast as it does on an average computer.
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