Solved Time to make a proxy video

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Time to make a proxy video was created by huskereurocat

I made my first proxy video in MSP13 and it took 42 minutes for a 17.5 GB file. Is that normal or do I have some settings wrong? it just seems a little slow.
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06 Oct 2016 07:39 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Time to make a proxy video

How long in minutes was the original video clip ?
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06 Oct 2016 16:41 #2

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Replied by huskereurocat on topic Time to make a proxy video

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07 Oct 2016 02:02 #3

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Time to make a proxy video

That is pretty slow compared to my computer.
Your CPU model is the BIGGEST factor in determining how fast a Proxy Video file renders.

What exact model CPU does your computer use ?
If you search "System" using Windows Search function and select "System" from results, you can find your CPU model.
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07 Oct 2016 08:44 #4

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Replied by huskereurocat on topic Time to make a proxy video

Intel core i5-2400 @3.10Ghz with a GTX 950 2 GB GPU
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07 Oct 2016 15:36 #5

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Time to make a proxy video

Your CPU is about average not super fast, definitely not slow.
Some video files just take longer than others to render.
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07 Oct 2016 18:22 #6

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Replied by huskereurocat on topic Time to make a proxy video

I noticed that the proxy is being generated in the background. Can you go about simple editing functions while that is being generated? Will there be repercussions?

Edit: Seems this was a silly question, since I have tried it and the media that has not finished setting up the proxy is offline.
Answered my own #$%^& question!
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24 Oct 2016 14:48 #7

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