could anyone please help me?
I've got a good PC - i9 12900K - 64GB RAM - Nvidia GForce RTX3080 - a new built.
But Premiere won't work properly - after effects either, -rotobrushtool for example takes very long. but my biggest issue is the Premiere Pro - Exporting.
4 minute video with some effects and AE comps. but not soooo complicated. if i try to render it - it says it will take about 1 to 4 hours, which is toooo long, but nevertheless if I'm still staying with it. in the middle of the rendern - WIN bluescreen appears - says: video_memory_management_internal. I'm very disapointed, i built this pc for editing videos. but everything is just slow like on my 2018 MACbook pro with i7 16GB RAM. every driver is up to date - WIN is up to date.
What can i do? what im doing false here? is my pc bad? is premiere bad? is AE bad? that doesn't make sense to me and it's definitely not a fun to work with.
has anybody the ssame or similar issue?
thank you! BR Stipe
tried all of these things, nothing worked, and windows says everything is fine with RAM and windows didn't find any issues there. strange.
update: sometimes it works, just renderd a video. took me 1 hour maybe, without any issues. but toooo long in my opinion. BR Stipe
What are the hard drives (how many, what kind, what is on each, what capacity, and how full)?
If NVIDIA graphics, make sure to use the latest Studio Driver from NVIDIA (NOT the Game Driver).
adobe is installed on C - which is a M2 1TB samsung 980
and the footage is on a Sandisk 3D with 1 TB both have enough capacity, (means half full maybe).
Nvidia Studio driver is installed.
Hi BR Stipe!
Sorry about the trouble. Do you have any third party effects? Can you let us know the exact version of you GPU driver?
yes i have aejuice plugin.
now it my PC crashed after applying a LUT in adjustment layer.
of course its the studio driver version: 522.30 from 18.10.2022
This aejuice is ancient stuff: uninstall and try again.
did uninstall, tried again, sames situation. i tink somehow the AE comps are the problem. Once i encoded the aep it goes further the rendering without problem, but sometimes he cannot encode it and then the bluescreen.
Have you run any benchmark projects to see how quickly or slowly your system is handling common video editing and motion design tasks compared to other workstations?
You can download and run Equiloud's AE Test for free and compare your results to the ones posted in the comments. I would guess that your workstation would take about three minutes.
There's also Puget Systems' free benchmark tests for Premiere Pro and After Effects.
will check those.
i did just the Cinebench R23 for the CPU scoring.
seems like the whole problem comes from AE comps. because if i have a ae comp in the sequ.
that the AE comps is taking a lot of time to encode. so I've got a AE comp in my sequence at the beginning of my video, once i start rendering - estimated time is 4 hours sometimes longer, but once it encoded it (when not crashed) the estimated time is reduced to 4 minutes and it goes just fine.
without ae comp, the video takes a couple of minutes.