(I have re-uploaded this conversation to this category because it seemed to me that the "Hitfilm Pro support" category was not suitable for this thread. I apologize.)
I decided to change my graphics card, but thinking about the performance I will gain, I came up with an idea:
Could I benchmark hitfilm?
It would be a perfect method to know if there has been a substantial change when changing the hardware.
I came up with certain ideas to do it:
For the test I made 3 projects:
Project1: basic 2k editing with color correction, light and flares e.t.c
Project 2: Particles and simulator (various emiters e.t.c)
Project 3: VFX 4K shot. Chroma key, light flares, color correction, masking e.t.c
Intel i9 9900K 8 cores EXPORT:
2X Intel x5670 12 cores EXPORT:
These tests are quite reliable and accurate because performance is measured by measuring the time that hardware uses to complete a task: RAM preview, export e.t.c
But, could the performance of a GPU be benchmarked accurately?
The only way I've found to do it is by eye looking at the performance on the timeline. Is there any more accurate way to do it?