Is there a way to pause Premiere's GPU / memory use?

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Aug 01, 2022 Aug 01, 2022

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When multitasking, I use other GPU and memory intensive applications. Is there a way to tell Premiere to calm down when idle, without closing the app?

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Advocate , Aug 01, 2022 Aug 01, 2022

Turn of GPU acceleration and go to Edit > Preferences > Performance and turn the maximum memory for other apps up. Additionally, I don't know if this works but you can try going to task manager and setting the priority/affinity lower. No idea how to do that on Mac.

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Turn of GPU acceleration and go to Edit > Preferences > Performance and turn the maximum memory for other apps up. Additionally, I don't know if this works but you can try going to task manager and setting the priority/affinity lower. No idea how to do that on Mac.


~Jake

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Thanks Jake, that makes sense.

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