I really don’t use the video portion of CB so any assist by me is limited at best but…
I did follow a suggestion I seen in a recent post around here (can’t seem to find it though) that explained how to add Cubase to your nVidia graphics card and set it as a program to run with your graphics card in full performance mode. After I applied that suggestion my Cubase runs faster and uses less computer resources on the audio side of things. I would think it would have a similar effect on video too.
Regardless, here is what I did:
- Open the nvidia Control panel
- Click on the “Manage 3D Settings”
- Click on the “Program Settings” tab
- Check in the drop down to see if your Cubase XX.exe file is one that is listed. If not, add it to the list.
- Click on the “Power Management Mode” and set it to “Prefer Maximum Performance”
Again, changing that one setting definitely helped with CB audio and general speed increase.
There are other settings that you probably can change that might be more related to video. That… I do not know. But, if I had an issue with video like you do, I would go in there and mess with the settings. Can’t hurt as you can always set them back to where they were.
Good luck and please report back if you get any results from changing any of those settings. I would definitely try changing the power management mode setting at least and I would suggest other users do the same.
Maybe a moderator can ask the experts at Steinberg if the above suggestion is a good idea or not.