CPU percentage on 200-700% when using premiere

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Apr 02, 2022 Apr 02, 2022

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I have a 14 inch MacBook M1 pro, when working on a project and I'm using a lot of warp stabilizer, I go into 'Activity Monitor' and it says premiere pro is using 700ish % of the CPU. How is this possible? Can I change something in the settings. I have latest version of premiere and the CPU on this computer is really good, not sure how this is happening.

 

Any help or clarification would be great! I'm so confused

 

 

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Crash , Editing , Error or problem , Freeze or hang , Hardware or GPU , Performance

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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Hi Ochevallier95,

Sorry to hear that! It sounds like something is going wrong with your project. Can you create a new project and import the old one into the new one. Does that fix it? Let us know.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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If you're confused about how Pr can use 700% of the CPU, remember that you have a 10-core CPU. Each core can get used up to 100%. So Pr is using about 70% of your available computing power. That's not unreasonable for Warp Stabilizer.

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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The way CPU use is listed for many high-core-count computers is initially confusing. Typically 6 core computers just gave an overall figure, as in say 70% of the total capable. But on many of the high-core-count computers they give a rating that like you explain is 100x(the number of cores) for a "complete" use.

 

Hence your good example.

 

Neil

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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If you notice the CPU and GPU usage scale when going from 1/4, 1/2 and full resolution than everything is OK. If your computer acts like the computer in the video below then you might have a problem. 

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