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When does the lag appear?

 

On my video clip (Gameplay) it doesnt lag at all, it just lags
when I add zooms, shakes or titles to the adjustment layers.

If I rendere (In,Out) and I make any change, I can go render again... 


Even the other clips in the timeline starts lagging (getting red) even though they have nothing to do with the changed clip...

 

What I have tried already:

 

-Playback resolution to 1/4
-Render in + out -> works, any change -> lags again
-cleaned media cache

-Project settings -> GPU
-latency audio to 50
-memory ram for other applications to the lowest (me, 3 Gb), optimize rendering= perfomance
-automatically refreshing files off
-add a proxy (doesn't change because the gameplay isn't the problem, the adjustment layer/effects are the problem)


If I turn off  the eye or use global mute (Fx), its solved. But that can't be the solution right?
My Pc is not even that bad...


System:

AMD Rhyzen 3700X 8 Core 3, 59 GH
32 GB RAM
64 Bit Win 10 Pro

 

Hope you can help me 🙂

 

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Correct answer by Jeff Bellune | Adobe Community Professional

The red lines and the lag are telling you that you're using effects that aren't GPU accelerated. The only way to overcome that is to have a processor that can handle those effects in real time (yours is pretty good, BTW) or to render the sequence like you have been doing.

I recommend doing as much cutting as you can without effects applied, and only when absolutely necessary adding effects to the sections that need it and rendering to see your results.

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Premiere lags

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When does the lag appear?

 

On my video clip (Gameplay) it doesnt lag at all, it just lags
when I add zooms, shakes or titles to the adjustment layers.

If I rendere (In,Out) and I make any change, I can go render again... 


Even the other clips in the timeline starts lagging (getting red) even though they have nothing to do with the changed clip...

 

What I have tried already:

 

-Playback resolution to 1/4
-Render in + out -> works, any change -> lags again
-cleaned media cache

-Project settings -> GPU
-latency audio to 50
-memory ram for other applications to the lowest (me, 3 Gb), optimize rendering= perfomance
-automatically refreshing files off
-add a proxy (doesn't change because the gameplay isn't the problem, the adjustment layer/effects are the problem)


If I turn off  the eye or use global mute (Fx), its solved. But that can't be the solution right?
My Pc is not even that bad...


System:

AMD Rhyzen 3700X 8 Core 3, 59 GH
32 GB RAM
64 Bit Win 10 Pro

 

Hope you can help me 🙂

 

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Jeff Bellune | Adobe Community Professional

The red lines and the lag are telling you that you're using effects that aren't GPU accelerated. The only way to overcome that is to have a processor that can handle those effects in real time (yours is pretty good, BTW) or to render the sequence like you have been doing.

I recommend doing as much cutting as you can without effects applied, and only when absolutely necessary adding effects to the sections that need it and rendering to see your results.

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The red lines and the lag are telling you that you're using effects that aren't GPU accelerated. The only way to overcome that is to have a processor that can handle those effects in real time (yours is pretty good, BTW) or to render the sequence like you have been doing.

I recommend doing as much cutting as you can without effects applied, and only when absolutely necessary adding effects to the sections that need it and rendering to see your results.

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In a normal production workflow you apply your VFX at the very end of the process, because yes: it lags. When you work in software that's meant for more graphics and VFX work like After Effects you have to pre-cache (render) every frame before playback. As Jeff pointed out: do your editing, then do your effects.

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Thank you guys for help, I'll change my workflow then.

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Regarding GPU acceleration and lags, for many years (2014-2019 at least), there was(is?) a nasty bug, dunno if it was fixed, better check for yourself:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/order-of-filters-effects-and-drop-in-cuda-rendering-spee...

 

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