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Alex Udell
Re: Premiere pro and MXF video files
on Nov 18, 2016 at 12:32:24 pm

As MXF is a container file....

the real question be about how the media is compressed.


I'll guess some flavor of H264.

Not easy for the computer to decode that many pixels on the fly....which is what you are asking it to do.

and while I7 is a good CPU spec.... 8gb ram is a lil light these days...though not much you can do about that in a laptop I suspect

Trying looking into the Proxy functions of PPro and setting up something that is frame based compression (cineform go pro, Avid DNXHD) at your deliverable resolution....

I'll bet you get a better result.

You can just try a couple of clips and see if you can get something that works before committing the entire set.

Remember that Premiere as a software is capable of native format it will try to show your media....doesn't mean you hardware will cooperate.


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