My laptop is a HP Probook 4420s
It's specs are : Intel Core i3-370M Processor (Up to 2.4GHz, 3MB Cache).
3GB DDR3 RAM.
Intel HD Graphics Card.
I was editing my video and at first when i imported it to premiere pro i played it.No lag in the video
Then i added Magic bullet look's to my video and was checking it is good ?
then when i played my video there is soooo much lag in the video.No sync in the audio and video.
The rendered file was ok.But while editing it it like HELL.Every where lag lag lag
I use a premiere pro CS6.
Plz any one help me
Perhaps, perhaps not. You'd have to inquire with Red Giant Software's support, whether they support this graphics chip in MBL or not. Ever since they got so bloated, I've given up on the Magic Bullet products and don't use them.
I would guess you're trying to use AE intuitively. Sorry, but that's a very, very bad idea. AE has too many ways to really foul you up if you don't know the basics.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but instead of jumping right into the deep end of the pool in AE, you really owe it to yourself to pay a visit here.
An investment in time now means better results down the road. No fooling. We've all had to do it at one point or another, and the wise ones do it at the very start.
Color grading is the last step in the process. I use MB all the time for final grading. Anything processed in MB is rendered to a production codec not a delivery codec. Then, if necessary, any final tweaking to timing and audio is made and the final product is rendered to the delivery codec. If you're trying to edit dynamically linked AE projects with Magic Bullet applied then you're workflow is completely wrong. Everything is basackwards. You're using the software in the most inefficient way you can.
Cut your program, do the effects, mix the sound, tweak, tweak, tweak, then color grade and do final audio mixing. If you want to run color tests anywhere in the process that's fine. I do it all the time. If you need to color correct large amounts of footage before you start editing, that's also fine, just render the footage to a production codec when you're done.
What's a production codec? A production codec is lossless or nearly lossless codec designed to maintain quality and not introduce color or motion artifacts in the production process. An example would be Animation QT, Uncompressed, Black Magic, ProRez 422 HQ or ProREZ 444. Many production codecs play very well with NLE's. Others do not. Learn the difference.
What's a delivery codec? A delivery codec is designed to playback on a specific device. H.264 for YouTube or the web. MPEG, in several of it's varieties for DVD, BluRay, Mobile. I have one client that needs content delivered in 9 formats for broadcast television, cable, Internet, mobile and disk.