1) is not normal. I have no issues closing either AE or PP with the DL working correctly after that.
2) is the normal operation for the software. Nothing you can do about it.
3) is based on a misunderstanding. CUDA doesn't accelerate strict playback, only certain effects and such. You should have no trouble with even 4 DV streams from a single hard drive.
4) Not sure I understand this fully.
My one concern is that the GeForce GTX 285 is not good enough .. thus the poor frame rate while Multi-Camera editing.
I am using a CoreMelt Lock & Load plug in for stabilization.
Rendering occurs in PP before the Multi-Camera edit.
CoreMelt's solution is to stabilize the entire clip on it's own .. and then importing it directly into PP .. which I have yet to do.
There are issues with that .. like not needing / wanting the whole clip stabilized .. and / or using different setting for certain parts.
The plug in is a free 15 day trial .. I wish someone could test it to confirm my problem.
As a general rule, you should be doing your editing first, and then adding any effects. (Hence the name After Effects.)
The graphics card will not speed up that particular effect, so getting a new one won't help. What will help is to remove the effect, do your editing, and then put it back.
I should have posted one request for help at a time ... sorry.
I had a 3rd party system preference pane causing problems.
FinderPop .. created more than one problem.
So .. thank you .. your post that you don't have a problem with Dynamic Link has helped.
I will close this this ticket and be more precise with other issues, per post.
The problem is you can't tell how much of the footage is good till after the stabilization .. whereas I sync it with another video track 2 and Multi-camera the bad parts out ... even giving a little leeway where I can cross-dissolve out a blur.
Fail: A solution would be to take my Dynamic Linked Compostion after rendering in PP and make it a subclip.
The subclip remains the same as a linked composition.
Not only that .. like mentioned before .. it needs to be rendered again.
There is no benefit to making it a subclip.
Solution: I am now exporting it as a movie. .. and then reimporting it. ( It has to encode it )
render - encode - etc.
This really sucks!
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Yeah, if you MUST have the effect for editing, an export is a good way to keep the original performance.
If one has a "linked composition" via AE Dynamic Link .. always open it first before adding another one to a Premiere Pro Sequence in a new session.
If you don't and add another linked composition with a new filename it loses most of the previous AE linked compositions upon quitting and starting Premiere Pro .. at least for me.
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