MrDrWho13 - all messages by user

2015/11/1 12:49:34
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... ziggy72 wrote:
MrDrWho13 wrote:
EEFilmz wrote:
CUDA speeds up rendering video speeds and utilizes the graphics card ram rather than the cpu's.

Using the VRAM is a basic requirement of a graphics card surely?

Yup, but only usually for textures and 3D models, not video rendering and such - CUDA lets you use the faster VRAM (rather than your system's slower DRAM) to process this stuff to give a modest performance boost, but nothing so dramatic it's a game changer or anything.

Ah,OK. Thanks for the clarification Ziggy. (Wikipedia isn't entirely clear)
2015/10/31 22:44:40
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... Ah OK, I misunderstood there. (Although if you do ever have some money spare, a GPU upgrade will kick a bit more life into any older PC)

Since there is no option in the settings mentioning it you'll have to assume that there's no way to control this in Muvizu unless you hear differently from the staff. As long as you've enabled it in your GPU settings it should be fine.
Muvizu should render as fast as possible - the main selling point of it is the ease and speed, after all. Have you got any comparative timings for tga vs avi?

I wish you luck in your codec research but I'm still persistent that tga is the only serious way to export movies from Muvizu.
2015/10/31 21:42:25
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... EEFilmz wrote:
CUDA speeds up rendering video speeds and utilizes the graphics card ram rather than the cpu's.

Using the VRAM is a basic requirement of a graphics card surely?

EEFilmz wrote:
I have a huge HD, also a huge External HD, Nvidia Graphics card using CUDA technology, so my equipment is totally good enough
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just can't get a decent quality/short render time useable video RENDER out of Muvizu ugh!!

Sorry I had to point out that the CUDA technology of a GPU isn't a major selling factor (You talk about it like it marks a GPU as high performance). The render times will be affected by what graphics card you have. Compare yours to something like the low budget GTX 750ti: http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/gpu/NVIDIA+GeForce+GTX+750+Ti/review


TARGA is the way forward. (I'm determined to convert you! )
2015/10/31 21:11:09
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... I'm not sure the CUDA technology is much of an advantage, it seems to be in pretty much every Nvidia card ever made (It was released 8 years ago!). Although I've never heard of it before so I may be missing something.

Also, to import the targa sequence into sony vegas you have to check this box after selecting the first frame:

edited by MrDrWho13 on 31/10/2015
2015/10/31 18:49:23
Where is all of the free content? It's all in the store: http://www.muvizu.com/Store
They're going to allow users to sell their content soon, but it will still mostly be free.
2015/10/31 11:00:14
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... ukBerty wrote:
  • No more 2GB file limit (although when I render AVI files out of HitFilm they are much much larger than 2GB and work perfectly - which I don't understand).

A while ago I heard they used an older version which was the cause of the size limit, but I'll have to double check.
2015/10/31 9:44:15
The BIG Ol' Codec**t and Windows 10... You shouldn't need to go hunting through folders for the images. Your video editor should have an option to select the entire sequence and display as a video on the timeline.
What graphics card do you have? A fairly good one will seriously improve the render times (and loading times and general smoothness of Muvizu)
Avi is an ancient format, and Muvizu uses an even older version.

But I'm sure you've heard it all before!
2015/10/30 13:08:51
Psycho killer ziggy72 wrote:
Best Muvizu vid I've seen in ages!

What He Said
2015/10/30 8:52:30
Psycho killer Fantastic as always, Fazz! (Although I was thoroughly confused through most of it lol)
2015/10/28 9:54:38
leave of absence Good luck with the house! Maybe you could show us a picture of it when it's done?
edited by MrDrWho13 on 28/10/2015
2015/10/26 19:03:24
The Users content output store......errm promised? urbanlamb wrote:
Your encountering annoyance because your posting more then one thread asking. If you get silence you dont like that either so some of us answer. Asking repeatedly and bumping threads wont help you and that is what your doing. The thread was dead and gone you nuked it and replied to fazz one month later. Just relax if they have no info to post they wont answer and obviously they have no info to post.

Phew, I thought I was going to have to break the news.
2015/10/26 18:37:09
The Users content output store......errm promised? Guys, chill. Really.
2015/10/25 17:47:39
Problem insert object How much ram do you have? It might be graphics related too.
2015/10/25 16:42:02
Fatal Error on bootup - Solution You said you didn't have dedicated graphics, but you also said you have GPU GTS250 1GB surely this contradicts?
2015/10/23 13:20:25
Content store opens it's doors! ReggieMetalFox wrote:
Can we have some news about the Chinese history pack ? His content ? When will it be available ?

I think it might be within the next month, but I say that with no certainty.
2015/10/21 7:26:45
Fatal Error on bootup - Solution Thanks for letting us know! Hopefully future versions of Muvizu will get round this bug. You did the right thing by contacting Jamie for this sort of error.
2015/10/20 18:40:34
update, how? If there's no pop up when you start Muvizu suggesting you should update, then just re-install from here: http://www.muvizu.com/Get-Muvizu
Your licence key will still be valid, and as long as your sets aren't saved in the program folder, they'll stay too. You could install it alongside your current version if you wanted to.
The versions are listed here: http://www.muvizu.com/Wiki/wiki/50/muvizuplay-release-history
edited by MrDrWho13 on 20/10/2015
2015/10/16 20:49:25
my IMPORT button is missing... ziggy72 wrote:
You use Create > Import from the top menu instead. Was there an import button on that window before? Can't remember, I always used the menu method.

Yeah, there was a year or so ago.
2015/10/16 7:17:42
Gimmick, gimmick, gimmick Loving this! If anyone can experiment with Muvizu, thinking "outside of the box", it's fman00!
2015/10/14 20:38:09
01/10/2105 Release Feedback ziggy72 wrote:
I have a problem - I need smoke in a room. The Muvizu smoke is very nice when you use a better texture, but all of Muvizu's effects kill DoF (very efficiently). So I can have smoke or DoF, but never both. I had hoped that particular issue would have been fixed by now since it renders all effects essentially useless to those of us that like to use the cameras as, y'know, proper cameras. At least now I've got layers to try to get around it, but it would be SO much simpler if you could just fix whatever it is that wipes out the DoF around effects. Please

Oh yes, I can't believe this hasn't been mentioned before! I've always had issues with this.
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