I own a Windows 10 Computer with 32Gb Ram, GTX 1070 and AMD Ryzen 9 3900X. Just upgraded most of my components. My first issue is that my Adobe programs are sometimes quite slow and sometimes they freeze. If I then have a look into my task manager, it says that only less than 50% of my hardware is used. Why does not take Adobe all the power it gets? (I already set RAM as high as it works in the Adobe settings).
But if rendering a video would just take a will that is fine with me. Unfortunately, my latest video does not render at all. Error Codes are: 3 / 1609629695 / 1609629690/
They always vary. I tried to render with and without GPU, different formats, created a new project and copied the timeline into it but nothing works. It is always a different Timecode and no pattern. Is there anyone who can help me to fix this issue?
Crash, Editing, Error or problem, Export, Freeze or hang, Hardware or GPU, Performance
For your performance you may have to appreciate that you're using an underpowered GPU. GTX1070 is pretty old by now at an almost 5 years ago release date. At least your CPU seems fine and 32GB of some kind of ram is good, although you don't state what type it is, nor your motherboard specs (just in case if you're looking for more details on speed). As for your project not rendering, this could be from a variety of issues. Two of those issues are stated below that are common of VBR video and a full up hard drive. You've said both are not the issue. The next question would be of what version of Premiere are you running? Did you recently update? Did it work before on a previous version? Can you downgrade to that version again if so? If you have the latest version then I generally recommend you downgrade a few versions perhaps. If you're not up for that and think it's a timeline issue then the next set of questions would be about the effects you have on your video. Can you just drag a clip into a brand new sequence and render that out? If so, at what point will it fail? Put on of the effects/color correcting back on, render, add the next thing you did, render. and so on...