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4 hours to export a 30 minute video

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New to premier pro, but it took over an hour to export a 10 minute video and 4 hours to export a 30 minute video. Literally just 3 tracks with 2 transitions. 1 overlay image and that's it. Are there setting I can change to make it faster but keep good quality? 

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Well I guess I'm going to find a work around to go back to PowerPoint and cancel Adobe. I only came to this because it was recommended but I'll tell you this is much more complicated than any other program I've used. Not worth the hassle of ridiculous export times for no better quality and performance. Thanks everyone for the replys

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4 hours to export a 30 minute video

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New to premier pro, but it took over an hour to export a 10 minute video and 4 hours to export a 30 minute video. Literally just 3 tracks with 2 transitions. 1 overlay image and that's it. Are there setting I can change to make it faster but keep good quality? 

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Well I guess I'm going to find a work around to go back to PowerPoint and cancel Adobe. I only came to this because it was recommended but I'll tell you this is much more complicated than any other program I've used. Not worth the hassle of ridiculous export times for no better quality and performance. Thanks everyone for the replys

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Not with the information you supplied. Mac, PC, GPU, Memory, Media... etc...

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we need to know which version of premiere you're working with and your source properties and sequence settings and of course your export settings...  Have a feeling your graphics card is a underpowered...  You might check to see if it meets minimum specs for the version of premiere you're using

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html

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Definitely looks like an underpowered machine. What kind of media you working with? Do you have color grading? What effects? Certain effects can add tremendous amounts of encode time.

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There is absolutely no way to achieve this with your laptop. It just does not have enough reserved graphics RAM to do its job at all. You see, Premiere Pro requires a minimum of 2 GB of VRAM just to avoid being permanently locked to the MPE software-only mode. Unfortunately, none of the 5th-Generation or earlier (pre-2016) Intel CPUs allow more than 1.6 GB of system RAM to be used as VRAM to begin with. This will permanently lock Premiere Pro to software-only everything.

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Well I guess I'm going to find a work around to go back to PowerPoint and cancel Adobe. I only came to this because it was recommended but I'll tell you this is much more complicated than any other program I've used. Not worth the hassle of ridiculous export times for no better quality and performance. Thanks everyone for the replys

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Meant PowerDirector not power point

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