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Render after every change?

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Hey guys,

Im kinda new to the world of video editing. Im using Premiere Pro CC 2016. I'm not sure why, but when I make any type of small changes to a clip I always have to render that clip...is there any way I can edit without having to render? Please help!!

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Render after every change?

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Hey guys,

Im kinda new to the world of video editing. Im using Premiere Pro CC 2016. I'm not sure why, but when I make any type of small changes to a clip I always have to render that clip...is there any way I can edit without having to render? Please help!!

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What are your system specs?

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Step 1 will solve this.

Premiere Pro Troubleshooting Guide

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Hi 1995CLJS:

Two issues are at play here:

  1. Are your Sequence settings a good match for your source footage settings?  If not, you're likely going to have to render more frequently than if so.
  2. Is your workstation capable of doing what you're doing in the Timeline without rendering?  If not, you're likely gong to have to render more frequently this if so.

Of course, even with a good match for settings and a powerful workstation, it's possible to edit in a way that still requires rendering.

Here's a way to speed up rendering if your computer isn't up to rendering in real time:

Create and change sequences in Premiere Pro

Here's a blog post that explains what the render status colors mean:

Red, yellow, and green render bars and what they mean | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

-Warren

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Hi 1995CLJS,

Have you tried the steps recommended by Warren? Please let us know the current status of the issue.

Thanks,

Vidya

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