Dust & Scratches insanely slow

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Hello everyone,

first time posting to community forums, hi there.

 

Currently I have some footage to edit in Premiere Pro 2020, but some of the clips have small droplets of dirty water visible; I've successfuly been removing those before with Dust & Scratches effect in Premiere, just by creating couple of small masks in the tool. But this was on different hardware and it was Premiere 2019.

 

Now in 2020 and with my new laptop I've run into a particularly annoying problem - whenever I want to use Dust & Scratches, it completely chokes up my computer - every simple transformation of a chosen mask (like e.g changing mask size from default to smaller, or moving it couple of pixels around) requires around 45-55 seconds to complete. This is just crazy. Have anyone run into this problem? Any tips? Sharing my specs below (I suppose these should handle such operations just fine...):

 

notebook: Dell G5 5500
Windows 10
i7-10750H
32GB RAM
1TB SSD

RTX2060

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Best regards,

Szymon

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Dust & Scratches insanely slow

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Hello everyone,

first time posting to community forums, hi there.

 

Currently I have some footage to edit in Premiere Pro 2020, but some of the clips have small droplets of dirty water visible; I've successfuly been removing those before with Dust & Scratches effect in Premiere, just by creating couple of small masks in the tool. But this was on different hardware and it was Premiere 2019.

 

Now in 2020 and with my new laptop I've run into a particularly annoying problem - whenever I want to use Dust & Scratches, it completely chokes up my computer - every simple transformation of a chosen mask (like e.g changing mask size from default to smaller, or moving it couple of pixels around) requires around 45-55 seconds to complete. This is just crazy. Have anyone run into this problem? Any tips? Sharing my specs below (I suppose these should handle such operations just fine...):

 

notebook: Dell G5 5500
Windows 10
i7-10750H
32GB RAM
1TB SSD

RTX2060

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Best regards,

Szymon

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Have you checked to make sure your graphics card meets minimum specs

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

please tell us your source properties and sequence settings.    Are they same as you were using before?    Have you checked to make sure your graphics card drivers are up to date?  

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There are certain effects that are going to require a lot more processing power to calculate, and I believe that is one of them. A couple things you can try would be turning on the global FX mute while adjusting your mask, or even clicking off the FX of the Dust and Scratches in Effect Controls while adjusting the mask.

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Dust and Scratches is a non gpu accelerated effect: The entire effect will be processed on the cpu. If editing 4K footage best is to upgrade to 64 gig of ram.

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