Thank you for the quick response..
Does this work differently to how a proxy works? I understand you only use the proxy for editing for a smoother workflow then when it comes to the rendering your video you switch back and use the original footage.
Converting it to a slightly lower quality in Cineform then editing that in PP seems pointless in having something like a gopro.
Am I misunderstanding this, sorry all this stuff is new to me.
Premiere single subscription comes with AME. Its a separate install.
Gopro HEVC are highly compressed and need lots of horse power.
I would go for proxies.
Cineform is visual lossless.
Might want to up the ram to 32 or 64.
If AME comes included with PP they should make it clear. This is the description they give...
Includes: Premiere Rush CC, 100GB of cloud storage, Adobe Fonts, Adobe Portfolio, Adobe Spark with premium features.
I'm not against upgrading the PC if it does what I need it to do, just don't want to spend £1000 for a slight improvement.
The Gopro does offer the ability to record in H.264 which would solve all the issue as mentioned it like taking a step backwards.
I'm learning so thank you for your input so far.
AME is part of Premiere, just scroll down in the CC desktop app.
Have I got this wrong?
Yes. Adobe Media Encoder is included with Premiere Pro by default. But it is a separate install.