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Photopia using just 15% of CPU/GPU Power - WHY??

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Keith Simonian
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What is the point of having a 12 Core CPU, and a RTX 4070 GPU if Photopia uses them at just 15% for the entire render?? Everybody understands your computer might me a little slower when performing video render. But Photopia draws so little of the resources, you could render a video and also have enough computing power to control a spaceship thru a wormhole.


   
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Dieter Keifert
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Hello,
That's very well said!! Joshua promised CPU support about 2 years ago, until today nothing, nothing and nothing!!! updates are very sparse

 
 
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Jerry Hatfield
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The utilization would be dependent on the file type being used and how it is optimized within Photopia.

I don't have any editing issues with whatever I throw on the timeline. I need the encoding process to use 

either the chip or the GPU to encode at the highest speed available. Since my encodes are 3840x2160 59.94p ProRes 422, this is

an efficient export.


   
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Keith Simonian
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Posted by: @dieter

Hello,
That's very well said!! Joshua promised CPU support about 2 years ago, until today nothing, nothing and nothing!!! updates are very sparse

 

 
 
Best regards   Dieter

I also get the impression Joshua has NEVER made large slide show with Photopia. 
There are still so many things that could be set up in Preferences that could speed up the process. 
But, there is no way to set those preferences. 

 


   
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