Hello, I am operating Adobe CS5 production premiere. Initially, when a video clip had been modified in after effects, the playback feature would stutter slowly, so that we could not view the video in real time until rendered. Now, a year later, the footage plays back extremely slowly and stuttery without any modifications to the footage whatsoever.
Motherboard: MB GIGABYTE GA-770TA-UD3
OS: WIN HOME PREM 7 64-BIT
CPU: AMD|PH II X4 955BE 3.2G AM3
PSU: OCZ|OCZ550FTY 550W RT
MEM: 16GB - 4: 4GB DDR3-1333 PC3 10600
CASE: ANTEC|THREE HUNDRED ILLUSION R
VID: EVGA NVIDIA GeFORCE GT240 1GB DDR5
The only changes I have made:
I went from 4GB to 16 GB and I changed the previous video GT240 512MB for the 1GB version.
Do I need to make some changes?
I have never overclocked, but I hear of people doing that. Would that be a good solution?
Thank you for any help!
Yeah, you have a good point there. The Adobe Mercury Playback Engine that drives PP real needs fast Intel chips, lots of ram. a powerful GPU and a fast raid array to really perform at its best.
Now if when you exported your movie from AE you made it the exact same format / codec as your PP timeline, you shouldnt have to render it at all when playing it back on the PP timeline.
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