This is an often discussed post and also researched across other domain like youtube etc., Whatever settings recommended does not result in path breaking render speed (Vegas Pro 15). Most of the times the render times are more than the timeline length. Use Magix AVC/ MP4 and what not. Even select templates that is appearing for NVDIA (I have GTX 960M) and also set the preferences for the Video Card in VP15. When I see other NLE like Cyberlink, Edius are rendering too fast with good quality which prevents Magix from improving on this front for so long. - Your views please - Thanks
I am really sorry Graham if I was cryptic. The issue is "Rendering in Vegas" (15) is still an issue. It takes very long to render. I had made all settings as prescribed in this forum and elsewhere. I see only a minimal improvement. I have i7 and GTX 960M. I compared the same clip using Edius and Cyberlink PDR. Both yielded wonderful results. Most of the times, Vegas Render takes either the length of the clip time or even more. Is there a fool-proof solution? - Thanks
Considering I tested Vegas Pro 15 Trial on my 970m laptop. It was slow to render anything. I don't think there's great support in OpenCL for Nvidia. I have an AMD 7570M laptop to compare, and in comparison to the 970M it should be lower-end but rendering times with that GPU was remarkably quicker.
From experience with Pro 10 on my old desktop, that rendered quickly too with the 560Ti. You say 960M, yes? Which laptop is it?