What video editor is the fastest?

Good day, the crux of the matter is, there are a large number of videos they need to put the text, now I use camtasia to render HD video in 40 minutes takes 40-60 minutes, who can use the editors that do it faster? It would be great if he was online, but regular is also acceptable
June 10th 19 at 15:11
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June 10th 19 at 15:13
The rendering speed mainly depends on the editor, and codec.
From the editor may depend on what codecs it supports.

Can try ffmpeg console as the most flexible in terms of codec settings and automation - impose the text over it.
Without speed 1.5 seconds per tick, it remains to see how else it is possible to increase the speed - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:16
Well lower the bitrate, reduce the compression quality can even see what are the codecs that shake worse, but run faster?
If the issue is not the place to look losless codecs, they are usually quick - Jeff28 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:19
, Set preset ultrafast, bitrate 7K, speed 3 sec per tick, take a look now quality, I think even worse is - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:22
Divine, the quality does not suffer, 30 frames, but the truth is video has increased in weight by 3.5 times, and that is logical - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:25
Here are the combinations, the faster you press (preset), the less analyzes the picture worse compressed.
The lower the bitrate, the less volume you need to shove that squeeze.
If the bitrate is high the picture even with a weak grip just fits, and the quality is approx.
The more you have the same single-pass compression.
At some point the speed of the screw may have to hold out. - Jeff28 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:28
Well yeah, screw me already in the last gasps, but it seems to me not so much
That is, I think if you put the bitrate to the same 2K speed will increase? Will have to see how the quality will deteriorate. I'm just quite not good in this area, before Randall max in Vegas and Camtasia, but with the settings in Sony not play, and in Camtasia generally did not find them.
Most interesting is that it is possible to put on the VDS server, and just your computer not loading, only now the configuration it is necessary to think. - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:31
I not so rummage, to immediately say settings - you need to play.
Just things like overlay text, backgrounds, crop, and resize, apply simple effects - ffmpeg was the most convenient, because a lot of options and flexibility, and secondly the console that allows the business to automate and run the heavy apps. Ffmpeg itself is and under Linux and under Windows, that is, if once understood with the settings for encoding, you can run anywhere.

I have a smart phone and a camera. Once sat night, wrote two scriptina to convert video to each device, and now I do not remember exactly what was happening, just throw in a folder and get the files of a convenient size/format/quality. - Jeff28 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:34
And do not tell me it all goes through the CPU, or none? - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:37
Depends on the codec. Valaska definitely helps speed up the decoding of the original video. About to shrink - again depends on the codec, some are able to the GPU, but the CPU is still actively involved - Jeff28 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:40
Thank you for the help, perfect solution, greatly accelerate the work - judson.Yundt commented on June 10th 19 at 15:43

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