Have you checked the Scrolling > Preferences?
Premiere has 4, 8 and 16 point Garbage Matte.
Premiere cant really be responsible for performance of 3rd party plugins.
(Using a DI is probably a good way to deal with it though.)
I indeed didn't look in keying and should have also thought of typing "garbage" in the fx search.
Scrolling is now good, what I call "smooth", not what PP does..
About the 3rd partPG, well, this was my example, but I see PP suffering when I play with speed and fx, even the PP ones.
What do you call a DI?
thx again, it makes my xperience a bit better...
DI = Digital Intermediate.
You mean a card..? (I thought it wasn't needed anymore these days...). But yeah, sure, it should help...
A digital intermediate is a lossless file produced by exporting a section of "movie".
Used to save an fx heavy clip so it plays "nicely" in an edit.
Often used out of After Effects instead of Dynamic Link.
I use them frequently in Premiere for fx heavy clips as well as reuseble clips.
ah, that's what you mean... Yes, yes, of course... That's what I said I did indeed... It takes off the editing flexibility, but it's more stable.. Agree...
If you do it from a nested standalone sequence it aids editing flexibility.
You are probably also aware...do your edit and lock it down ..then do fx work last.
Its a pain for everyone to edit with heavy fx loaded clips before rendering but it is no big deal to re export a DI from a Nest..
Happily, I starterd to use the garbage matte today... but then I realized that they didn't include an Edge feather in it !!
Please Adobe, that's common sense. It goes without saying. Or do you like so much the jagged edges style of a superimposed layer matted with that fx...?
I've looked a bit around to see if there wa a kind of edge cleaner... (which would be anyway redundant to add another fx...) but didn't find. I have a trial of Primatte Keyer which would do well with its "Edge" fx.. But it's 199$.