hardware importance in scene detection

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hello.

I'm thinking about upgrading a desktop. which hardware is important when running scene detection.

Cpu or Gpu?

Scene Edit detection appears to rely significantly on the decode capabilities of the video card.  For example right nwo to test this, I have a h264 clip that is 2 hours long.  Running on a Intel i9 10980xe with a RTX 3090 + 128GB of memory and NVME drives here is what the utilization looks like:

 

Note the low CPU use, high memory use, 51% Video Decode use on the CPU, the NVME dribe was 1% Usage.  To me, it appears that the memory and video card will make the most differance, but as R Neil Haugen suggest, Puget Systems will have the bench marks for premier.  If memory serves me correct, the video cards are important, but they diminish is value pretty quick as the nvenc part of all the RTX 3000' series is the same (thus a RTX 3080 is ideal).

 

Hopefull this helps you make a decision on how to invest.

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hardware importance in scene detection

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hello.

I'm thinking about upgrading a desktop. which hardware is important when running scene detection.

Cpu or Gpu?

Scene Edit detection appears to rely significantly on the decode capabilities of the video card.  For example right nwo to test this, I have a h264 clip that is 2 hours long.  Running on a Intel i9 10980xe with a RTX 3090 + 128GB of memory and NVME drives here is what the utilization looks like:

 

Note the low CPU use, high memory use, 51% Video Decode use on the CPU, the NVME dribe was 1% Usage.  To me, it appears that the memory and video card will make the most differance, but as R Neil Haugen suggest, Puget Systems will have the bench marks for premier.  If memory serves me correct, the video cards are important, but they diminish is value pretty quick as the nvenc part of all the RTX 3000' series is the same (thus a RTX 3080 is ideal).

 

Hopefull this helps you make a decision on how to invest.

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Don't worry about that. Go to the Puget Systems and SaferHarbor computer sites, and study their many papers and tests on hardware and Premeire Pro. You want a machine that will actually run the whole program well. A "balanced" machine, where the CPU, GPU, RAM and drive setup all work together seamlessly.

 

Or you're wasting your money.

 

Also check on the Video Hardware forum, which for some reason isn't shown as a link on the leader page of this forum. You can search for it. I'm on my tablet or I'd include the link.

 

Neil

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Scene Edit detection appears to rely significantly on the decode capabilities of the video card.  For example right nwo to test this, I have a h264 clip that is 2 hours long.  Running on a Intel i9 10980xe with a RTX 3090 + 128GB of memory and NVME drives here is what the utilization looks like:

 

Note the low CPU use, high memory use, 51% Video Decode use on the CPU, the NVME dribe was 1% Usage.  To me, it appears that the memory and video card will make the most differance, but as R Neil Haugen suggest, Puget Systems will have the bench marks for premier.  If memory serves me correct, the video cards are important, but they diminish is value pretty quick as the nvenc part of all the RTX 3000' series is the same (thus a RTX 3080 is ideal).

 

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