AME not using all available RAM

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Mar 06, 2017 Mar 06, 2017

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Hi there,

I have the following problem:

When ever I start to render something with AME (wheather from Premiere or After Effects) the program doesn't use my full RAM capacity, even I allowed the Adobe programms to use it in the preferences.

See these pictures, taking during a rendering-process:

auslastung.PNGarbeitsspeicher.PNG

It doesn't depend on rendering settings.

I'm using a Windows 10 Lenovo P50 laptop. Intel Core i7.

I am assuming that my render process could run faster with the not used 5GB RAM, am I right?

Can somebody help me?

Thanks very much in advance.

Regards,

Christoph

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Mar 07, 2017 Mar 07, 2017

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Hi Christoph,

What is the source & properties of your source footage?

What all inbuilt effects & 3rd party effects are you using in your project?

What are your export settings?

Thanks,

Kulpreet Singh

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Hi Kulpreet,

thanks for your answer.

I just ran another test and found out that the RAM availbility is like this not only during a rendering process, but also when I'm just working with Premiere or After Effects.

I made you another screenshot form the ressource monitor:

arbeitsspeicher2.PNG

Here it says, that ~4BG are in Stand by. Stand by for what?

Im Premiere I normaly use DSLR footage with AVCHD or H264-Codec togehter with Soundfiles, Photoshop-grafics or some generic After-Effects-content

No 3rd party plugins. Normally I use some color-correction or blur effects. Nothing special.

I usually export to H264-Codec

Do you need to know something more?

Thanks for your help!

Best Regards,

Christoph

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