Rotund wrote:Exports are so much faster when using native as opposed to UAD.
Have you tried the "increase audio buffer" technique discussed in an earlier thread (don't have time right now to search for it)?
Putting it up to the highest range makes my UAD stuff no longer the bottleneck, as a rule.
Rotund... are you increasing the buffer all the way? I have no idea what impact processor makes on the rendering time-- but the buffer thing has a huge effect over here. Did on my old, much slower G5 as well.
Rotund wrote:I usually work at 1024, changed to 8192 for the test
I'm guessing it's because you're working with a pretty high buffer to begin with. Don't know if the benefits are consistent after a certain point.
But, who knows?
Chewy Papadopoulos wrote:Don't have the patience to search on this forum! But here's how you do it:
Go to your sound card's control panel in the Device Setup menu, and increase the audio buffer to the highest level you can. On my FireFace it's up in the 2000 ms range.
For me, and for some others (I THINK Lydiot quantified this, among others), render times can be slashed. Really reduced.
On my current project, where I'm doing a bunch of pre-processing on long (30-60 minute files), an instance of LA2A can be reduced from eight or nine minutes (working at 512, to accommodate the Satellite) to about two.
My biggest bottleneck under these circumstances is iZotope's DeCrackler, a native plugin, which takes at least four times longer than any of the UADs. But then again, that's comparing apples and oranges...
Give it a try.
Rotund wrote:Just wanted to say that I can't believe how efficient these plugs are.
Just ended a session where I had some 39 instances loaded,
plus loads of other native and UAD stuff...
performance meter never passed the 15% mark.
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