Hey how's it goin!
I have a few questions that I was hoping maybe someone here might be able to answer. Basically, I'm making guitar lesson videos pretty much like this one here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTes5wntLIk
The video editing software that I use is "Movie Studio Platinum 12", which has all of the features that I need to make a video like the one shown....with the little pictures popping up in the video every now and again.
However, my problem is that the rendering process for a 15-20 minute video generally takes up to 3 hrs!! I know that I can do something to make this rendering time go much faster. I'm hoping to get it down to about 20 minutes or less if possible (I'm pretty sure this isn't unreasonable)....
These videos will be used for YouTube and Vimeo.
Currently I'm working with a PC using Windows 7.
Memory: 4GB (3.61 GB Usable)
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6320
And as for the settings in Movie Maker, I always just went with the boxes that were already checked:
Then I render as:
I'm not really sure exactly what all that means. All I know is that:
1.) I don't know if I need a faster computer or not
2.) I don't know if I'm selecting the correct settings in Movie Studio
Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can do to get my rendering times for 20-minute videos like the one shown above, down to about 20 minutes or less?