I wonder if others are having this issue and if there is some workaround or fix for this problem.
I have a MORGT file that I downloaded from MixKit:
I have used this extensively in the past without issue. But in Premiere 22, it doesn't render quickly in the Adobe Media Encoder. As an example, I added the above MOGRT to a blank sequence and rendered it in Premiere. This took about 6 seconds.
When I render the same sequence in Adobe Media Encoder (AME), I takes 10 minutes just to get through the first 10 frames. It is rendering. It's just painfully slow and I usually cancel, so who knows how long it will actuallt take to render the whole 10 second sequence.
Obviously the workaround is to use Premiere to render, but I like to queue up my sequences and render them together in AME.
It is not all MOGRT files. I have created a few of my own and they render fine in AME.
Anyone seen the same issue?
I'm on a PC with Premeiere V22.1.2 (build 1).
We're sorry to hear about this. The mogrt seems to be rendering properly at our end. Let us know the version of Media Encoder that you are using. Also, have you tried resetting app preferences & checked if it's working properly?
Thanks for the reply Sumeet.
I am using AME version 22.1.1 (build 25)
I have uninstalled and reinstalled AME. Reset AME app preferences (holding shift while app loads) and tried a variety of different options including export format, frame rates (25, 30, 50, 60 etc), Codec, changing from GPU to software only.
I also removed and then added the MORGT file in essential graphics panel.
All results in AME are the same, very slow render (more than 10 minutes for the first 20 frames of the 10 second sequence).
Premeire Pro exported each different change in under 5 seconds.
Any other thoughts on trouble shooting?
I was hoping after a few versions my issue would just magically fix itself, but alas, it hasn't.
@Sumeet Kumar Choubey , do you have any recommendations or ideas as to where I could start to solve this issue. My renders all slow down to a snails pace whenever they hit a MOGRT section of the render. On my laptop (far less powerful) it doesn't slow down on rending the MOGRT.
I have a decent PC setup with SSD's, 64GB of memory, i9-9820X CPU @ 3.30GHz, 3312 Mhz, 10 Core(s), 20 Logical Processor(s) and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti with 11GB of memory and the latest Studio Drivers.
Is there some weird setting or issue with AE maybe that is causing the problem?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks John.