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Expert advice badly needed!

New Here ,
Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

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I just purchased a Dell (refurbished like new) 17" xps 9720 with 12 gen I-9 12900 processor 2500 mhz with 14 cores, 64gb ram, geforce 3060 with 6gb, and a 2TB ssd hard drive. 

 

I was beyond excited to load Premiere and start editing 4K, XAVC S, 10bit, 4:2:2, 200mbs, 60p,  video clips shot with my sony a7iv. 

 

Excitement quickly turned to disappointment the moment I began scrubbing through the timeline and noticed considerable delay. 

 

I thought this system would be powerful enough to handle the workload, but clearly, it isn't. 

 

I need to shoot in this large file format for quality purposes. 

 

Do I upgrade to an even meatier computer? 

 

Anyone else solved this dilemma? Practical advice greatly appreciated! 

 

Thanks! 

 

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 20, 2023 Apr 20, 2023

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Hi John,

Sorry man. 60P may be a bridge too far. How does it work at 24 and 30 fps? If that works, then you still may need to make proxies or transcode the footage. See how that goes.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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LEGEND ,
Apr 20, 2023 Apr 20, 2023

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I think we need @RjL190365 to post on this ... working with 4k 10 bit 200 Mbps H.264 clips ... that's a load of long-GOP work. I'd like to know if your CPU and that GPU together have the right bits for the H.264 stuff.

 

Neil

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LEGEND ,
Apr 21, 2023 Apr 21, 2023

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Here's the problem:

 

Your system may have far too many background processes going on. You see, Dell and many other big-name PC companies like to bombard their systems with tons of bloatware that not only eat up disk space, but also tons of system resources that cannot be easily freed up.

 

And in my own personal experience, I never had a pre-built consumer PC from a big name brand that performed anywhere near as well as a decently tuned self-built PC with off-the-shelf parts. In fact, one of those I used performed worse than even a PC that's three CPU generations older than it!

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