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C. Blake Davis
Advice Upgrade to Speed Up Exports?
on Apr 18, 2017 at 6:46:20 pm

It feels as though my exports are taking an exceptionally long time lately. I do have CUDA enabled and I installed more RAM recently, but I'd love to add extra punch.

My PC build is:
-GeForce GTX 770 Graphics
-Inter Core i7-5930K (3.50GHz)
-64GB of RipJaw RAM
-Samsung SSD

Do you have any recommendations on settings or upgrades I can make to speed up my renders?

Producer working in NorCal and Nashville

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Chris Wright
Re: Advice Upgrade to Speed Up Exports?
on Apr 19, 2017 at 4:40:54 pm

For hardware, take a gander at:
cpu speed:

storage speed:

cuda speed:
Here's a list of things that Premiere Pro can process with CUDA:
- some effects
- scaling
- deinterlacing
- blending modes
- color space conversions

1080 ti cuda speed:

for software speed:
- The Super Fast Premiere Export Guide -

1. run creative cloud software update
2.launch media encoder before opening premiere(there's a single core bug if its opened after)
3. cleane the cache setting, delete temp files
4.update neatvideo and run its optimize tool.
5. check if cpu's are parked. The utility is called ParkControl
or select High Performance profile in Control Panel-Power management
6. change available memory by changing the rendering optimization preference to Performance from Memory or visa versa if you have large image formats.
7. shrink large images to sequence size before importing into premiere, stay away from PNG, they are not thread safe!
8. don't use lumetri
9. enable smart rendering 4x-12x faster render
10. don't use adjustment layers
11. don't use 64 cube luts
12. don't use dynamic link with AE projects. render them out first, expecially warp stabilized shots. you can run multiple warps at same time.

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Carol Rodarte Wilson
Advice on what Mac to use
on Jan 26, 2018 at 9:52:46 pm

I am returning to editing and need some advice on what would be the best Mac to get for my purpose. I will be editing broadcast quality commercials, streaming series for web and mobile devices as well as some Documentary work. I will probably be using Premiere Pro or FCP X.

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