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Lightweight proxy at premiere?

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Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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When I create proxies, premiere offers me several types of proxies of different size and quality. I always choose Prores because it is the easiest to manipulate and add effects without slowing down the pc. The problem I am having is the size of the files. For example: Creating a proxy for a 4k documentary is equivalent to much more than 150GB of space. I have two disks: A 240gb m2 where is windows and another 480gb ssd where I save the videos. Does anyone know how to make the prores files not so heavy? or does someone recommend me some other proxy that is good and light to edit? I do not have money at the moment to buy another ssd or rigid disc.

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Oct 20, 2021 Oct 20, 2021

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What preset are you using?

If you are using Proxies, you shouldn't really be making 4k proxies - it kinda defeats the purpose. Make them HD or lower and choose a small intra-frame codec like Prores Proxy or Prores LT.

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