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Is it possible to improve the CPU and Memory utilization for video editing software during rendering?

I edit videos professionally and have run into the problem of long export times during video rendering. Since I'm expected to edit so many videos, the long wait times have become a major hinderance and have created a substantial backlog. Yesterday, for instance, it took nearly 8 hours to write a 631 MB video. The software I used for exporting currently utilizes around 4 to 7% of the processor and 1.5 - 1.6% of physical memory. Is there any way I can increase the CPU and Memory utilization of this program to decrease the rendering time?


I've already set the program's priority to high and it's allowed to run on all processors.


Below is system information that may be relevant. Thanks for any feedback.


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