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create lower resolution proxies that are linked to your clips. You can then quickly switch between viewing the original and the proxy in both the viewer and program monitor.
It's not simple or intuitive but well worth the effort.
You can also lower the viewing resolution.
Hi, thanks so far.
Im gonna go for the proxies and give it a try. Is there anything I need to reset before I render my comp at the end, or is PP automatically using the original footage files for rendering instead of the proxies?
premiere always goes back to original files for your export.
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Hi, thanks again for the information mgrenadier
Thanks also to Jim_Simon
I first tried to create proxies in .h264 720p, but after about 3 minutes PP shut down for no reason and the converting process in Media Encoder stopped. After setting it to Quicktime and 720p Cineform the converting works like a charm. I don't know why .h264 made this problems, but for now it works. Maybe I'll need a solution when not shooting with GoPros.