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Why Could My Premeire Pro Be Running So Slow?

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Aug 20, 2020

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Hello, I have a pc running an intel i7700k processor with a gtx 1060 6gb graphics card and 16gb of ram. Premiere Pro seems to be really sluggish with 1080p footage (laggy scrubbing and playback). I really don't think that should be happening with my kind of hardware. What could be going wrong?

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Why Could My Premeire Pro Be Running So Slow?

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Hello, I have a pc running an intel i7700k processor with a gtx 1060 6gb graphics card and 16gb of ram. Premiere Pro seems to be really sluggish with 1080p footage (laggy scrubbing and playback). I really don't think that should be happening with my kind of hardware. What could be going wrong?

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THH,

Is your media on your boot drive or a separate high speed drive? Should be the latter. Lack of a media drive is the most common cause of poor system performance. Make sure that drive is connected via a high speed connection, like USB 3.1 or Thunderbolt. Helps a lot.

 

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Kevin

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I tried editing off of 2 internal drives and one external drive. I got identical results. My testing was limited to a 1080p 50 clip off of my Nikon d3300. All I did was duplicate the clip and use the pen tool on the top layer. The clip is practically unplayable even at 1/4 the quality. Scrubbing is also a pain. Not sure what to do. Thanks for the response!

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