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Manav BhathalAdobe Premiere Pro PREVIEW FIOE FORMAT AND CODEC
by on Jul 24, 2016 at 10:22:53 pm

Does anyone know whats the fastest file format and codec to use with dslr footage from say a t2i when it comes to play back in premiere?

I run a 64 bit i7 920@ 2.67ghz
With 10 gb of ram.
Ive just been having a lot of laggy playback even after rendering.

Thanks!


Regards,

MB


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Gary HuffRe: Adobe Premiere Pro PREVIEW FIOE FORMAT AND CODEC
by on Jul 25, 2016 at 12:16:29 am

What are you playing back the footage from? Hard drive? USB 2.0 or 3.0? 5400 RPM or 7200 RPM? Multiple drives in RAID? USB thumb drive?


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Manav BhathalRe: Adobe Premiere Pro PREVIEW FIOE FORMAT AND CODEC
by on Jul 25, 2016 at 12:26:58 am

Hey there, im playing the video off a my passport 1 tb hard drive, usb 3.0 I believe.

Could you refer me to a guide on the best way to set up scratch disks and hardrives to edit?

Because ive been meaning to look into that too and refresh my memory on how the program links media and such.

As far as the codec and file format for previews, i would love to hear the best reccomendations and or how they function.

The file format options are;
Microsoft avi

And a bunch of p2 ranging from 1080p dvcpronhd to dvcpro50 pal

Codec options range from:
Intel iyuv
Lagarith lossless
Microsoft rle
Microsoft video 1
Uncompressed uyvy
And v210 10bit.

Current settings are microsoft avi with intel iyuv
And its been pretty good for playback considering i havent rendered timeline yet.

I havent rendered because ive seen warp stabalizer clips being top black bottom vissible as soon as i start rendering.

Thanks for getting back to me!

Regards,
MB.


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Gary HuffRe: Adobe Premiere Pro PREVIEW FIOE FORMAT AND CODEC
by on Jul 25, 2016 at 12:39:45 am

[Manav Bhathal] "Could you refer me to a guide on the best way to set up scratch disks and hardrives to edit?"

There is really nothing to do under Premiere. You can make it keep all the generated files (like the audio conforming) with the project, but I found that makes for a messy project folder. Plus, all your renders and autosaves are automatically put in your main project folder, and that's the bigger stuff.

The codec options you list are quite limited. What version of Premiere are you on?


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Ann BensRe: Adobe Premiere Pro PREVIEW FIOE FORMAT AND CODEC
by on Jul 25, 2016 at 9:31:20 pm

Why do you need rendering.
Sequence does not match source?
No MPE?

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