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slow video thumbnails. Help

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Jul 27, 2020

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Sometimes I have more than 900 videos of 1, 2 and 3 seconds loaded in a folder. But sometimes it takes a long time to load all of them. How can I speed up the process? For example, Davinci resolve loads all preview thumbnails instantly. But in Davinci the resolution of the thumbnails are low resolution. Is there a way to do the same in premiere to make it work faster?
ALL VIDEOS ARE HOUSED ON A 240GB SSD DISC AS A SECONDARY DISK.
I KNOW THERE ARE MANY VIDEOS, BUT THEY ARE IN A FEW SECONDS AND IF IT CAN BE DONE IN DAVINCI RESOLVE, I ASSUME THEM ALSO IN PREMIERE.
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slow video thumbnails. Help

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Sometimes I have more than 900 videos of 1, 2 and 3 seconds loaded in a folder. But sometimes it takes a long time to load all of them. How can I speed up the process? For example, Davinci resolve loads all preview thumbnails instantly. But in Davinci the resolution of the thumbnails are low resolution. Is there a way to do the same in premiere to make it work faster?
ALL VIDEOS ARE HOUSED ON A 240GB SSD DISC AS A SECONDARY DISK.
I KNOW THERE ARE MANY VIDEOS, BUT THEY ARE IN A FEW SECONDS AND IF IT CAN BE DONE IN DAVINCI RESOLVE, I ASSUME THEM ALSO IN PREMIERE.
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I also find this very frustrating.

I'm working in a massive project where we have 14 weeks of G5 footage in daily bins, upwards of 600 clips in a bin. As I scroll through only a few load at a time.  It takes about 10mins to get the whole bin to load and then if I change to another bin I have to start again.  Blackmagic have worked out a method of making them instantly available in Davinci Resolve, surely it must be possible to do the same in Premiere - please?!

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