Playback Stuttering in Premiere Pro 2020

Community Beginner ,
Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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This post will be in German so I can describe the problem better.

 

Moin ich bin vor kurzen gewechselt von Sony Vegas Pro 14 auf Adobe Premiere 2020

 

Doch musste ich leider feststellen dass es beim abspielen des Rohmaterials in der Videovorschau ruckelt. Was das Erstellen von Subclips und das Bearbeiten des Materials doch etwas schwieriger macht. GPU beschleunigung ist aktiviert. Das deaktiieren der GPU beschleunigung hat auch keinen Unterschied gebracht. 

 

Sony Vegas hat mit dem Abspielen des Rohmaterials keine probleme, dieses Schnittprogram will ich aber nicht weiter nutzen da ich mit Adobe mehr funktionen zur verfügung hab. 

 

Mein Rohmaterial besteht aus 4k Gameplay material das ich über Streamlabs in dem .MP4 Format in 60FPS aufgenommen habe. Das Rohmaterial liegt auf einer Samsung 960 m.2 nvme ssd.

 

Meine Hardware ist auch eher im Topend bereich:

Prozessor : Intel Core I9-9900K

GPU : MSI RTX 2080TI

RAM : 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3200mghz

 

Hoffentlich kann mir einer weiter helfen.

 

MFG. TheMTVGAMEONE1

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021
Might need to cut up the file. Premiere might be tripping over 113 gig. and please next time:

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Community Beginner , Mar 06, 2021 Mar 06, 2021
Ok fixed it. I still don't exactly know what the problem is but I think, as @Ann Bens said, it's probably file size. So now I'm using the Proxy workflow for my big files and for my future footage I will use a different codec to cut the size down. Did a test with .mov and NVENC and my file size is a fraction of what it used to be around 1 hour of footage is now only around 8Gb while using CQP for rate control

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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Hi thanks for the Reply I just checked the video in Premiere Pro and it has no variable framerate.

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Please check the file with MediaInfo

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Ok here you go I did check the file with the Mediainfo tool 

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Ok ignore the first answer I gave you with the media info, I made a better picture 

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Might need to cut up the file. Premiere might be tripping over 113 gig.

and please next time:

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Ah yes sure will do it next time 🙂 . But it's not the file size, well might be in this case, but I used a much smaller file with only 5GB and it still drops frames and stutters 😕

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Ok fixed it. I still don't exactly know what the problem is but I think, as @Ann Bens said, it's probably file size. So now I'm using the Proxy workflow for my big files and for my future footage I will use a different codec to cut the size down. Did a test with .mov and NVENC and my file size is a fraction of what it used to be around 1 hour of footage is now only around 8Gb while using CQP for rate control

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