Windows 10, AMD Ryzen 5 3600, 32GB RAM, AMD Radeon RX 560
When I try to use the Basic Render Framework, I got an error like the screenshot.
In the case of AVPro Render Framework, different codecs have different problems.
When I tried with H.264, it consumes too much memory to the extent that the computer freezes like a recorded video.
In the case of HEVC, rendering is completed successfully, but it is not supported by the editing program I use.
For the Magic codec, the size of the output is too large.
If I need 160GB of space to make a 3 minute video, my HDD can't stand it.
I haven't tried the Lagarith codec, but it seems like a lossless codec would be just as big.
AVPro has been working fine a few times since I got it, but since then I've had a memory overflow and haven't used it.
I always use only the Basic mode, but this is also not available due to an error.
Please act quickly.
Sorry, but I'm not able to replicate the memory leak on the Windows 10 computers I have available for testing - everything appears to be working perfectly without any increase in memory use when rendering 1 : 1 4K with H.264 on AVPro.
In general, I have very limited control over the rendering frameworks - they are 3rd party plugins.
This issue is likely related to the specific video card in the computer.
I would recommend trying rendering 1 : 1 at 1080p, or try rendering 16 : 9 at 4K to reduce the demands on the hardware while rendering.
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Thank you and sorry for the issue
Let me check and see if I'm able to replicate the memory leak.