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Often after the final edit and rendering of my 4K videos, I find that a little touch up like shorting or deleting a scene is needed.

Rather than going back to the full editing project I start a new project, import the entire 4K video to the timeline and use the split command to shorten or delete scenes.

It can also be used to insert video scenes.

When finished editing, the produce is done in the SVRT mode and typically just takes minutes for a 45 min 4K video rather than hours.

In order to do this, the video to be edited and loaded to the time line, has to be kept in one piece. Do not use scene detect.

That is about my only use for SVRT, rendering is normaly done with CPU only, no hardware acceleration, to get the best possible PQ.


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