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Memory leak Premiere

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Oct 01, 2022 Oct 01, 2022

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Hello all,

 

I am on the most recent version of Premiere on an M1 MacBook pro editing footage from a red and one shot from a DJI drone.

 

Project has gone smoothly until yesterday when I ran out of application memory a couple of times and fixed with a restart.

 

Now it is happening every 15 minutes. Using the activity monitor I found that Premiere is using over 40 gigs of memory. As soon as I open the project. It's already using 7gigs and by the time it loads it's using thirty and then 40.

 

I have uninstalled and reinstalled premiere. I have reset preferences. Issue seems specific to this project because a quick video I made to test worked fine with no crashes and no problems rendering.

 

I need help. This is like a 7 thousand dollar project and I can't just give up on it.

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Try creating a new project and import the old one into it.

 

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What are the pixel dimensions and frame rate of your sources and your sequence?  You might try a proxy workflow or transcoding the drone footage to a more robust format in which every frame is discreet such as the appropriate flavor of prores...  Drone footage is heavily compressed and requires a lot of the system to work with...  I haven't worked with RED footage but Premiere has a dependable proxy workflow but it can take some effort to get your head around it.  Post back if you need help with setting it up... 

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