I continue to have problems with Lumetri and turning the web, including this forum I see that we are many.
The error in question is called "gpu video filter: get frame dependencies" and it constantly comes out of me, and in addition to making my health worse, I'm slowing down my workflow in an embarrassing way!
I tried to install different versions including 2019 and the problem persists, I did some things read on the web but that does not change.
Now, I read responses on this forum from someone from Adobe that I prefer not to comment, so someone tell me something sensible since it is 10 years that I use (and pay) the programs of Adobe and I know what I say.
Since you pay a subscription there is no version of an Adobe program that is not full of bugs and I'm really fed up with being a betatester (it needed something at least) because I work with the programs!
my components are:
Windows 10 pro 64bit
Intel Core I7 930 2.80ghz
ram 24G ddr3 333mhz
Gigabyte GA-X58-USB3 motherboard
SSD Crucial 250G
Hardisck Western Digital blue 3 tera
video card Asus Strix gtx 1060 6G
You /pc/cpu is quite old.
Might want to update or roll back a few version of the graphic card driver.
The error is GPU FILTER, not CPU.
The video card drivers are updated.
Roll back a few drivers.
Never seen that error message before.
Your videocard might be 'incompatible' with the old system.
The error also appeared with the old video card.
it's a Lumetri problem, it's not your problem!
If I use Premiere for anything else, if I use all of its capabilities but without lumens, the error does not occur.
There were other very annoying bugs in the version before 2019, with the latest version there are no more, but the problem with Lumetri is always there.
is full of the web of people complaining about Lumetri, I have colleagues who have gone to the competition because of Lumetri, I was in you I would stop blaming the hardware, since the problem occurs even if I'm still to watch the monitor!
I have a HP Henvy laptop with the latest I7 core, 16G of ram and a 950 4G gtx, bought 1 year ago and gives me the same problem. Do I have to buy a NASA computer? And if tomorrow I buy a new processor and I have the problem again who repays me? you? This error also occurs to a colleague of mine who has new and very powerful hardware.
It goes without saying in addition, that it is up to you to make a scalable and working software on different hardware, the concorrel (Davinci) on my pc is not a problem, so?
The web is full of people complaining about everything. You have to always consider the user base versus number of complaints. Most of us have no trouble with Lumetri whatever. So it's really annoying that you're having troubles. And I wish there was a way to just get it working for you.
As Ann notes, that 8 year old CPU could be part of it ... that one has a small cache and is very slow as is the connection to the slower/older RAM involved. Your GPU is way over-powered for that rig. That CPU/RAM/mobo I don't think can ever give enough to the GPU to keep it warm hardly.
An editing computer is a balance of parts ... just putting in a hot new GPU in an old system doesn't help much at all. The way the processing works, the CPU has to have stuff processed & ready to send to the GPU ... and if the CPU isn't nearly as powerful as the GPU, as in your case ... that GPU is idling most of the time even in places where you have GPU accelerated effects. The CPU/RAM/motherboard just can't pass enough data along to keep up with that GPU.
So ... as you note, this problem still occurred with the older GPU, which ever version it was. It's not a GPU problem, it's the CPU/mobo.
A fact of life in heavy-requirement computer work is you have to upgrade the gear every so often. Period. And an NLE like PrPro is heavy-lifting software.
Besides getting the warning ... what happens when working or exporting: does it actually stop and hang/crash, does playback go glitchy, do exports refuse to finish ... what?
The probelma occurs randomly, for example even if with the hands behind the back I look at the quality of a lut that I have careato with photoshop.
In all honesty I do not know what to do, if you do not bang your head against the wall, because for a while, of money for a new hardware I do not have, if this should ever be the problem (at this point I hope)
I add that I have never had problems with exporting, as has happened to other users.
When the problem arises, the only thing I can do is Ctrl-alt-del and close it, because everything is blocked.
And if you set you project settings for Mercury Acceleration to software only, what happens?
I also tried that but nothing happens, except that everything is logically slower ....
If I have to change hardware, do I recommend a ryzen 7 or an Intel i7 for video editing?
I'd still go with Intel but ... there are some decent rigs with AMD out there.
There is a Hardware forum listed on this forum's Overview page on the right side. Go there and ask. Way too many people go buy what sounds like a hot machine but it's lousy in PrPro. Get advice from the Hardware gang.
New rig as of 2021, techincally way overpowered yet... Same problem.
What's your GPU? And if Nvidia, are you using a Studio driver (recommended) or game-ready driver (highly not recommended)?
Are you working with VR effects?
GPU is Nvidia RTX 3070 w/ studio driver. No VR.
Media used and any other effects on the sequence?
OBS screen recorded media. Crossfade transitions and some brightening through levels. Nothing fancy.
What do you have OBS set to record in? I hope mov, though the mp4 H.264 files aren't always too rough on the editing.
After digging through the other thread on this subject(& trying every other suggested solution) I saw someone else had the same issue. It was not the video format but rather the last 3rd party font I installed for the project "Raleway". I uninstalled the font and now the project seems to work fine. Thanks for trying R. Neil, Adobe should hire you to respond to forms..