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Adobe Premiere Pro LONG rendering time and 100% GPU

Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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I am getting painstakingly long rendering time for simple edits and outputs. I have not installed any extra drivers other than the nvidia drivers and what comes with Windows 10.

Bad GPU? CUDA/OpenCL?

 

 

Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020

Working with 1920 x 1080p .mov files

Windows 10

I7 7700 3.6ghz

16gb ram

500gb ssd

Nvidia GTX 1060

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Community Expert ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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When you say "painstakingly long rendering time" I think you mean exporting time, what is that time and how long is the sequence? Is CUDA rendering selected in Project Settings. A screen shot of your export settings would be helpful.

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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Thanks MyerPj.

 

Its actually both rendering and exporting. Mostly rendering. Simple dropshadow for example on a 20 minutes video 2 hours? and 100% gpu with a 6gb video card? Im thinking i might be missing something.

 

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LEGEND ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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A few ruminations here. First, while that's a relatively fast CPU ... it has only with four cores, a very small number for current needs. Second, the amount of RAM is ... passable, but again, fairly low for the needs of Premiere 2020.

 

Especially if the MOV files you are working with use the H.264 interframe or "long-GOP" codec, then ... that takes a lot of extra CPU work over say the MOV files from an intraframe codec like ProRes.

 

Another part of this may be if you have everything ... all OS/program files, cache files, project and media files on one drive, and are exporting to that drive. In that case, having a second internal drive to split off part of the load might give a fair performance improvement.

 

In general information ... Premiere uses the GPU for certain things ... major frame re-sizing, Warp Stabilizer, color corrections, and some other effects. But not for general rendering or encoding when not involving the GPU accelerated effects. You can see those in the Effects panel by clicking the GPU accelerated icon at the top like below:

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But Premiere does not use the GPU for basic encoding.

 

Neil

 

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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Thanks R_Neil_Haugen.

 

Ill double the ram to 32 and install a second SSD.

 

If PP doesnt use GPU for rendering, why does the GPU hit a brick wall AT 100% when its rendering?

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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And when rendering is complete GPU goes down to almost nil. My first instinct would be to get a GPU with more ram?

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Community Expert ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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Are you changing frame size? For instance shoot at 4k export to 1080p? That causes the GPU to fly. 

I get that when creating 720p proxies from 4k and 1080p footage. I think the upgrade to 32gb and another SSD would be better than upgrading your GPU.

 

Here's mine when creating proxies.

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BTW: How many processes do you have running, you can see mine above. Each process stills a little bit of your CPU on each cycle.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 26, 2020 Mar 26, 2020

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Hey Rob,

Sorry about the problems. Your system seems adequate. Which codec? What media drive are you using? How is it connected? High speed connection? Do you use any GPU Accelerated effects? Any scaling or frame rate conversions going on? Anything else you can tell us, such as, why are you rendering a 20 min. drop shadow? Is it a bug you are applying or a lower third across the entire show?

 

Thanks,

Kevin

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New Here ,
Jan 15, 2024 Jan 15, 2024

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I have also face the problem like that my GPU are 100% in exporting but it's taking very and very long.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 15, 2024 Jan 15, 2024

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As noted so many times, on so many pro video forums ... if you do not give your computer specs, the media used, the drive types, and any other effects used, "I have the same problem" is sadly a wasted post.

 

There's nothing useful about it for troubleshooting. Or helping to figure out which users, on which systems or media, may be having the problem.

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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I'm also having that problem. My gpu suddenly goes up to 100% and my pc would get VERY laggy. If i don't close premiere pro fast the playback would you freeze. I tried everything to fix it, studio drivers, clearing media cache, changing footage to cfr, resetted my entire pc. I am using obs to record, 4k video downloader for some youtube clips, sometimes using finzar effect preset pack which is made in premiere pro 2020 (maybe that's causing issues).  And my pc is pretty decent. RTX 2080 SUPER, 32gb ram, intel core i9-10900k. 24gb ram for premiere pro, Using I-Frame Only MPEG, on 1920x1080, using Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA). So I don't know what the problem is. and overal even if the timeline render thingy is yellow, the audio starts lagging crazy. First had a different issue but this reddit post solved it: https://www.reddit.com/r/premiere/comments/qi80rp/strange_graphical_crash_black_screen_when_working

 

So i turned hardware-accelerated gpu scheduling off in the windows settings, and now this is happening. no idea what the issue is. 

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LEGEND ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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What's your Preferences setting for default audio input? If not "none", try that ... 

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Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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It was my microphone, so I changed it to "no input" but there is nothing different

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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This is what my task manager looks like when it happens

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LEGEND ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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A screen grab of your sequence would help ... and a listing of how many tracks, what each is, and any effects in use.

 

"Transition packs" are not actually (normally) transitions, but clips with effects layered on top of each other. And yes, they can definitely add load to the system.

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