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ReelSmart Motion Blur plugin Lagging

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Nov 01, 2020

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Hi, i'm using Premiere Pro for a while and today I wanted to try out RSMB (Motion Blur Plugin) and even if I put "Blur Amount" down to 0.01 and play the Video on 1/4 Resolution I can't watch the Video and after the first frame I get framedrops and only see a few Pictures, anyone have an idea why this is happening ?

 

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ReelSmart Motion Blur plugin Lagging

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Hi, i'm using Premiere Pro for a while and today I wanted to try out RSMB (Motion Blur Plugin) and even if I put "Blur Amount" down to 0.01 and play the Video on 1/4 Resolution I can't watch the Video and after the first frame I get framedrops and only see a few Pictures, anyone have an idea why this is happening ?

 

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This is one plugin that is never going to play well without rendering. Which makes sense based on how it works.

RSMB looks at the frames either side of each frame to determine the amount of blur to apply. It analyses the actual motion in your clip and only applies blur to pixels that move, and parts of the image that move more - get more blur. This is a very computationally heavy processing. There is also a setting within RSMB to determine how many frames it looks forward and back. The higher this number the (much) greater the render time.

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