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You should experience much better performance in the coming release. Please give it a try and let us know what you think.
That is good to hear :-)
When will it come out?
What processor and speed and how much RAM? What is your hard drive setup?
I had this problem with an underpowered system.
I believe this is not the problem in my case. I have 12GB of RAM and an Intel i7 CPU X990 @ 3,57GHz. i use a fast solid state disk as the main drive + secondary hdd with 3TB, which are both quite fast. It should be sufficient for the task.
I realized that the performance issues have something to do with the effect "Track Matte Key".
If I use this effect anywhere in my sequence (just anywhere. it doesn't even have to be where the playhead is placed. it only needs to be used only once in the whole arrangement), editing the Motion values in the program monitor becomes really slow.
When I remove the effect, it gets back to normal speed.
I am suffering from the same phenomenon since I updated just before christmas, I think.
I am hardly able to do scaling, rotating and translating in the program monitor itslef - whil motion has been highlighted in teh effect controls.
In the effect controls I can scale, rotate etc however.
Also I have noticed there is a yellow box with handles in teh program monitor. I remember it was white before.
I cannot figure out what to change in my preferences. What has happened?
Mac Pro OSX 10.7.5
16 GB 1066 MHz DD3
2 X NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 512 MB
I realize this is a very old thread, but this is an issue I've had in Premiere for years, and never have found a solution to. Obviously the new release did not fix it for me, as there have been several major and many minor updates since the original post was written in 2013. This is something final cut could do just fine back in 2005. What's up?
I'm on a 2013 Mac Pro with dual AMD Firepro D500 cards. GPU-boosted Mercury Playback is turned on