I don't understand this..Or I think I've used it wrong..please help?
By default, Premiere Pro renders video using the maximum number of available processors, up to 16. However, some sequences, such as those containing high-resolution source video or still images, require large amounts of memory for the simultaneous rendering of multiple frames. These sequences can force Premiere Pro to cancel rendering and to give a Low Memory Warning alert. In these cases, you can maximize the available memory by changing the rendering optimization preference from Performance to Memory. Change this preference back to Performance when rendering no longer requires memory optimization.
Does setting to MEMORY only benefit lower end systems with bottlenecks, or do you use this settting on higher end machines too?
I've always had mine set to MEMORY because I thought it would make better use of the memory. Now I have a higher end machine with 16GB of ram. And I just read a thread where someone said set it to peroformance if you want to see more CPU/RAM utilization..so now I'm confused.... Do I set it to PERFORMANCE or MEMORY w/ 16GB of ram (core i7 2600k @ 4.2ghz)? Also if you could explain why. Thanks!
Wow!!! this helped A LOT....i was getting some message some place when i think checking a box about render at max depth or some thing like this that suggested i use Memory as my setting...So, i did....then began my renders....and got these CRAZY render times of 50 or more hours.....Now, i changed back to Performance and i'm seeing about half that---i can't say i'm crazy about 24-25 hours render times....BUT, sure is better than 50+ hours rendering...
None-the-less my ratio seems to always be falling at 27mins of encode/render time to 1min of video....still FAR TOO MUCH.
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