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Booting and Closing Adobe Premiere Pro

New Here ,
May 05, 2024 May 05, 2024

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I believe I remember a time when Adobe Premiere Pro was more efficient when closing the program. Some time this year, when I started using Adobe Premiere pro, I was satisfied with performance. To be fair, I have the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 2 with the RTX 4050 and the i7 13700H, so it handles everything I throw at it. It is also more powerful than the M2 Mac that a sibling Of mine owns.

 

There is one annoying problem, however... and it is what happens when you close the program. It takes a good 2-3 seconds to close... which is a bit strange in my opinion since it has never done that. I do have my GPU selected in preferences for processing, edits, and what not, I also have Play-back at full res which has never caused an issue, and it has yet too, which is why I am puzzled as to why it takes a good 2–3 seconds to close. 

 

As for booting the program, I don't have too many complaints, though I wish it were a bit faster. For a laptop of my specs, it takes 8–10 seconds to boot. If I have already booted up the program and closed it so that it exists in my cache, it can take as little as 4 seconds to reboot, but it does not exist in cache forever, though I wish it would.

I have 32 gigs of RAM, so RAM is not at all an issue here either, 22 gigs of the 32 is dedicated for other Adobe products as well as Premiere Pro. I also don't have too many other applications running in the background because everything boots very quickly anyway, so my RAM is not utilized to the extreme.

There are some odd cases where I have just restarted my Laptop after an update, or it has sat overnight on my table and become ice-cold to the touch, and plus or minus the fact I have not set performance to min or max, then it might take 10–15 seconds, but that is just my machine experiencing a cold-start.

 

With all that said, I would love for the next update to include an efficiency boost of some kind. Anything that won't change in the future and is stable. Thankyou for reading.

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LEGEND ,
May 05, 2024 May 05, 2024

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I don't get boot times as fast as that on a 24 core 3960x w 128GB of RAM, a 2080Ti, and twin Nvme drives for OS/programs and for all cache files.

 

And it takes 2-3 seconds to close? That's ... well, I'm not understanding the problem, I guess ...

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