Premiere Pro on Mac M1 MAX suddenly running very slowly, Renderer greyed out.

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Hi there!

Im right at the end of finishing a music video project. The project started really well a month ago and all was running smoothly but now when i try to add any effects like echo (which were no problem before) to the video I cant see any of what is being added until I render it which takes around 10 minutes each time.
It is driving me mad,
Ive tried clearing up cache files, making proxies & changing renderer but the renderer option is now greyed out as so:

Screenshot 2022-04-07 at 17.23.39.png

Does this mean I have no video rendering support?

everything on my mac is up to date as well as my premiere pro.
What could be the problem?

Any advice or help with this would be super appreciated as this is killing me right now!

 

Thanks,

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I have a 2019 MacBook Pro running Monterey 12.3.1

The GPU is separate from the CPU.

Your M1 Max, as I understand it, has graphics integrated in the CPU, so there is no way to exclude the GPU part of the CPU from being used.

If that is correct, then the option being grayed out makes sense.

I assume you're running the Apple silicon native version of Pr?

You may want to try running the Intel version under Rosetta to see if you can get better results.

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