I'm editing a bunch of videos and then rendering them for a complete video. It takes quite a while for my computer to do that last part.
If I browse the net or do some work on my computer while my videos are rendering, will there be a chance I could effect how clear they are?
I mean, could you get little glitches, jerks and so on in the video as you do things on the computer as it's trying to render it?
I wouldn't do it on a single core computer. Two and more should be fine.
Hi Misha. Yes I have a dual core PC, but it's only a laptop. Of course these days a laptop can still be pretty powerful.
Doing some work for the girl that once sent you a friend invite on youtube!
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