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Using 100% CPU when adding effects (without rendering)

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Hello everyone, I have a problem that hadn't existed for a few days. When adding effects, like Dissolve, Iris or any other, and I will see how my CPU is going from <10% to 100% and I cannot see the result of the effect.

 

When rendering, you are currently using the GPU correctly. In this case the CPU never reached 40%.

 

Someone help me?

 

Setup:
Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core
Kingston SSD
32 GB of Memory
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti

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Using 100% CPU when adding effects (without rendering)

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Hello everyone, I have a problem that hadn't existed for a few days. When adding effects, like Dissolve, Iris or any other, and I will see how my CPU is going from <10% to 100% and I cannot see the result of the effect.

 

When rendering, you are currently using the GPU correctly. In this case the CPU never reached 40%.

 

Someone help me?

 

Setup:
Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core
Kingston SSD
32 GB of Memory
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti

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Unfortunately, it seems that when rendering it is ignoring the GPU now. Strange is that I did absolutely nothing, yesterday was normal and today is with this problem.

 

In my settings of the project is to use CUDA.

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The GPU is going to help out with certain things, but the CPU still does most of the heavy lifting. My assumption is that the CPU spike that you're seeing during a transition is a result of have two media streams to decode rather than one. If you're working with media that's more difficult for your computer to decode (play) than usual, that may account for a change that you're seeing.

You can always check on those GPU drivers as well.

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@Phillip Harvey  
I understand. Is there anything I can do to perform better? The fact that my CPU reaches 100% is not the problem, but that I cannot accurately visualize the transitions or effects.

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@Marlon5FBD 

@Aleksandr5FD9 

You can try using a different version of Premiere to see if there's something up with the current version and your system. It doesn't seem right to be causing that much of a processing bottleneck for a basic dissolve or iris transition. If you're using some kind of VFX transitions, or you have some seriously intensive media, then maybe I can see that, but that doesn't sound right for the basics.

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absolutely the same problem appeared. I edit the video the same. Now when using transitions, timeline and preview are saved and the processor is loaded at 100%.
Ryzen 9 3900x
64GB ram
RTX 3080

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@Aleksandr5FD9 Your setup is very, very good. Does your video get stuck on the timeline causing you not to notice the added effect?

 

The fact that the CPU reaches 100% does not bother me, the problem is that the video is stuck and I can't see the effect.

 

The solution apparently is not to improve the setup, since our partner @Aleksandr5FD9 has the same problem.

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Yes, everything is as you say

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In version 14.5, now the processor is not involved, the video card is involved. But it still freezes on transitions

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Verified. The latest version where everything works well is 14.3. 14.5 frieze just all that you can

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