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The problem is .PNG files and Adobe on Windows currently. Convert those PNG files to something else and threading is normal. Adobe needs to look at this since I dont remember seeing this in previous versions.
thank you so much. It has been a while (2004) since I used Premiere
and this just startled me ^^. PNG makes the difference, VERY good to
Have a most blessed day.
P.S.: Mercury seems to work! Thats great!
Dual v2 10 cores, nice!
I'd love to see how your high-end rig performs with the W7000 video for the PPBM6 benchmark. Check out www.ppbm7.com (yes, PPBM6 benchmark is on PPBM7 www site ). You do need to sign up to see the benchmark results, but Harm and Bill from this forum are the guys that created and maintain this site and it it both safe and trustworthy.
Premiere Pro has a way of using all aspects of your hardware (RAM, drives, cpu, and gpu) and PPBM6 can really help you determine if your system is working properly and also where the weak spots lie. The test has different timelines and renders that focus separately on cpu performance, gpu performance and drive speed.
they are - I´m going to check the PBM6 for you as soon as I got the time for that!
Thanks and hang on !
Yes, the PPBM7 site is a little confusing. It does have both a PPBM6 and a PPBM7 benchmark. It is the same download file with your option to run the identical benchmark on either Premiere Pro 6 or Premiere Pro 7 (CC). As the GUI has changed it is necessary for us to have two different project files and then two different statistics gathering files. But the timelines are the same. You will generally find Premiere 7 (CC) to be slightly faster than Premiere 6