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Only switch to Memory to get past instances that give the error message mentioned in the documentation.
Thanks for the reply Todd, much appreciated! I guess I was thinking too hard about it, makes sense~
Wow!!! this helped A LOT....i was getting some message some place when i think checking a box about render at max depth or some thing like this that suggested i use Memory as my setting...So, i did....then began my renders....and got these CRAZY render times of 50 or more hours.....Now, i changed back to Performance and i'm seeing about half that---i can't say i'm crazy about 24-25 hours render times....BUT, sure is better than 50+ hours rendering...
None-the-less my ratio seems to always be falling at 27mins of encode/render time to 1min of video....still FAR TOO MUCH.
I would like to know why this is the stock answer.
I have two quad cores (8 processors) a CUDA card and 16GB of RAM. When I set Premiere (CS6) to Performance, my program window often stutters and sometimes doesn't even play (static image). When I set Premiere to Memory, I have no issues. Why would I ever use Performance (unless I wanted to be using Photoshop and After Effects at the same time, which is a shared memory pool --and even then I'm still not sure it's the best selection)?
Hi digabyte. I am stumped as well, as I was running a quad-core i7 and 16GB RAM before and worked fine on Performance setting. Perhaps you have low-end RAM? I'm not sure what else it could be. But to answer your second point, I believe setting the optimise to Memory will slow down the render speed to acceptable levels, provided your PC can't keep up with it. Kind of like slowing drivers down a bit on a Motorway to prevent a complete stop during busy times.
Why would low-end RAM affect the Performance Setting (vs. Memory). It seems like the Memory setting would rely more heavily on RAM (where I have no problems).
For what it's worth, this is a dedicated "high end" editing machine, and the RAM was top performance/top dollar when purchased.
"I believe setting the optimise to Memory will slow down the render speed to acceptable levels" I would like to know if this is in fact really the case (which would suggest optimize to Memory is a "slower" setting than optimize to Memory).
I am seeing this problem in CS6 with only HD footage after editing an entire feature with CS4 in 4K (.r3d) without any issues. Seems very weird.
oh ! you save me ! i was OC my pc all day (last day of year) to find why all these errors ! i used performance and now in memory the render is more faster and there is no errors at export ! thanks a lot !