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Premiere Pro CC 2020 performance problem

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Aug 04, 2020

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When i play the video playback in premiere CPU fan goes crazy and the RAM is on 100% usage. I was editing some DSLR (Canon 6D mark II) footage, and i put some 8 mm film mov. file overlay and some film burns in mov. format. Then gives me error system out of memory.
How can I fix this??
Thanks!


OS: Windows 10 Pro
Premiere Pro CC 2020
System specs:
CPU - Ryzen 7 (2700X)
RAM - 16gb 3200mhz
M2 - Kingston
GPU - Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050ti ASUS ROG Strix

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Premiere Pro CC 2020 performance problem

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When i play the video playback in premiere CPU fan goes crazy and the RAM is on 100% usage. I was editing some DSLR (Canon 6D mark II) footage, and i put some 8 mm film mov. file overlay and some film burns in mov. format. Then gives me error system out of memory.
How can I fix this??
Thanks!


OS: Windows 10 Pro
Premiere Pro CC 2020
System specs:
CPU - Ryzen 7 (2700X)
RAM - 16gb 3200mhz
M2 - Kingston
GPU - Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050ti ASUS ROG Strix

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Crash, Editing, Error or problem, Formats, Performance

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Aug 04, 2020

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What is the frame size of the video that you're working with from the Canon? I get the feeling that it may be high resolution which may be causing the issue. 

If that is that case you may want to look at using the Proxy Workflow.

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/ingest-proxy-workflow.html

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Aug 05, 2020

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I removed the film matte mov. file and it's all right. Maybe i need to convert mov to mp4?

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Probably get more memory. Which version of PP? I put 16gb in my 2011 PC build.

 

Update to the latest PP, check your nvidia driver, see if Windows is updates, which version by the way.

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Dude it's not the memory it's the Adobe's sh*t. I am really dissapointed from Premiere.
I removed the film matte mov. file and it's all right. Maybe i need to convert mov to mp4?
version 14.3

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