I am guessing that you have not tuned your computer to get rid of excess processes that are stealing memory and more importantly CPU time. Do you have Premiere Pro installed? I ask because I have the Premiere Pro BenchMark (PPBM) that can test your hardware using Premiere Pro. On that site you can see some other Ryzen results. Submit the results to me and I will comment on them. I have seen great results from some Ryzen's.
yep i have the whole suite, but it's been 15 years since i last edited in premiere... i will download it and see what i can do and send you the results.
What bothers me is that there is no load on he cpu, when i am rendering it only works 11% ?
so i did the test and submitted the test results to the site mentioned.
I understand but lets see how well you do on specifically the CPU intensive test. Also you might download GPU-Z and under the Sensors Tab see how much GPU loading that there is when you do your timeline export
Also I believe that some/much of AE does not use multiple threads very well and is more dependent on clock speed. Next time you run it look at Task Manager on the Performance Tab.like below and see what my 8-core 16-thread processor using Windows 10 Creator (1703) does with very CPU intensive code all threads at 100% usage.
I posted before I got your post with these scores:.
"141","62","14","79", Premiere Version:, 184.108.40.206
Three out of four is not bad for opening Premiere for the first time in a long time. Your score of 79 seconds just is to good to be true. I do not know exactly why but maybe you did not check every procedure. I have a heuristic estimate of the mid 200's with my 8-core running at 4.5 GHz at 240 seconds I sincerely doubt you can beat my 240 seconds
Your two GPU accelerated scores of 62 seconds and 14 seconds are very good scores and what I would expect for your GTX 1080 Ti
Your Disk Intensive 141 seconds is typical of a good Hard disk drive. If you had exported to a SSD it would have been much faster.
Now why your AE is running slow as I said check to see how many cores and threads are being used and what speed the CPU is running
my pc is fast very fast, i just opened a premiere project of a friend and he , as well as me, where stunned by the speed it rendered...
Also in audition it is very fast and stable. Only in after effects it's a disaster.
Concerning the PPBM test, i checked every setting that was mentioned, so i should have done the test correctly, but didn't notice a 4th step ?
Also, i did export to an ssd and not a good hdd.. ?
I will look for the GPU-Z and post the result here as well
I wish I knew more about AE but as you can see one thread is near 100%
Two things bother me, first you have 158 processes running, can you turn off some of those go to the Startup Tab and disable everythiong that you can.and close unused programs. notice I have 113 while running Premiere for that full load test. Try exporting the PPBM MEPG2-DVD timeline without the GPU acceleration again and see if you get 100% usage.
Second notice you memory usage that should not happen.
We really need some AE experts to jump in here and help out.Kevin-Monahan can you find us some help my knowledge of AE is minimal
Here is a drastic experiment go into your BIOS and disable half your cores and see how your system performs according to testing by
Puget the more cores you throw at AE the slower it goes
A little reading on the AE forum, this is known problem and Adobe is looking into it for several years now
hmm in the startup tab there are only 9 items, of wich 3 adobe related. the other ones are acrotray, google chrome, Nvidia proxy, Program and windows defender notification icon.
so not much to alter there...