By the way, I have always said and continue to say, TechSmith Support service is some of the best around!
That is interesting. I have always had my GeForce set to automatically download drivers and notify me when they are ready to install. I must have accidentally skipped this one. However, some improvement, but not much. The GPU definitely doubled. However, the rendering time still was close to the same amount of time as previously. I tested on the “NAME OF CLIENT'S VIDEO” project.
Apologies, I didn’t think to time from the very start of the rendering, from 0.0% to when it hit 100%. I would guestimate that took approximately 10 minutes from 0% - 100%. Then I did look at the time when it hit 100%.
[When] it hit 100% was at 9:43 and did not complete the render until 10:02, nearly 20 minutes later. So, the 46:17 minute video took approximately 30 minutes to fully render. Is that appropriate? (Maybe, is it time for me to go from 16GB RAM to 32GB RAM?)
My feedback/concern for TechSmith is when a user sees this image at 100%, most users would think it is finished rendering. They would not expect it to take another 20 minutes to fully render. 9:43 – 10:02. It gives an impression something is wrong with the system. Maybe something to consider for future versions.
Of course, I’m not a techie, so maybe there is something I am not understanding as far as the nuts and bolts of hardware vs software. :-)
With all my best,
While rendering from 0% - 100%.
Once it hits 100%, hangs out here for 20 minutes.