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Can latest Premiere 14.x releases make proper use of new Intel (10th Gen) 10 Core CPU's ?

Enthusiast ,
Sep 30, 2020 Sep 30, 2020

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This may be one for Adobe Community Professionals ? - or anyone who has implemented/upgraded to the new Intel 10th generation CPU's in a Desktop.

I'm currently using Intel 9900K overclocked and now editing most stuff  in 4K 25or 50fps.

Using hybrid edit approach with ProRes 422 previews and generating final master in Pro Res 422.

Some exports/features eg Warp stabiliser are very slow. Snail like.

Machine runing all on latest Drivers and Intel Graphics Driver.

I see no Adobe  info about any new efficiency drives to improve speed of Premiere Pro - just more feature stuff weighing it down.

Can anyone enlighten me? - eg is it worth upgrading your CPU to these latest devices with Premiere Pro 14.x series yet , or just a waste of money ?.

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LEGEND ,
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Acutally, they've done a lot of work to try and get performance up ... especially recently they rebuilt their audio load so that it caches on the fly. This cuts the start-time to get playback going in situations with heavy audio work.

 

The newer builds also need more hardware though. There are some especially in the Video Hardware forum that could give better information.

 

Neil

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Thank you for input Neil.

It would be good to see Premiere Team making a bit more noise on what has been done / benefits.

This sort of thing has impact on decisions about Hardware upgrades for Users.

When you mention Video Hardware Forum - is this the User Voice Forum you refer to ?.

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The Video Hardware forum is where a moderator moved this thread ... it's a forum dedicated to the hardware questions for Premiere Pro, MediaEncoder, AfterEffects, Auditions and Prelude. The "Adobe DVAs" ... digital video/audio applications.

 

They do put out a posting on this with each update, often there's a notice on the forums and on their particular blog for Premiere ... which is hard to find.

 

The Announcements line at the top of the Premiere Pro forum ... click the numbers to the right of it until you get to the one that says "Premiere Pro 14.4 is now available for download..." and click on that heading.

 

You then get a post with the new features, things fixed, and a couple links to further details. Do most people even notice those? Nah. Why would you?

 

Neil

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Oct 01, 2020 Oct 01, 2020

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OK - I located the list for 14.4 and had a look down previous recent releases as well.

Apart from the Audio plug ins you mentioned, not much is highlighted about new overall efficiency improvements to speed up some capabilities of Premiere Pro.

I hope this is something on the agenda (as well as pure bug fixes) to ensure the Application is keeping pace with the latest CPU capabilities in the consumer sector.

I think this topic is quite relevant for a number of high end 'video hobbyists' who are looking to upgrade hardware to latest processor/graphics gpu capabilities (with a reasonable price/performance trade off) to improve their user experience on Premiere Pro.

 

I found this link which states 8 cores is enough for Premiere Pro ?

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/hardware-recommendations.html

 

What typical Hardware platform is a Professional studio actually using to run Adobe Premiere Pro ?.

 

 

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"Typical" is all over the place, varying from some decently specced laptops through workstations with 20+ cores and 128GB of RAM or more. Running with 10Gig-e connected RAIDs for incredibly high-speed data in/out sustained rates.

 

So ... there are recommendations based partly on workflow, partly on media, partly on budget constraints.

 

Does it get confusing? Yea.

 

Go to Pugetsystems and SafeHarbor Computing ... they build-to-spec workstations for working with an array of pro video post apps. Both list their testing results with variuos hardware.

 

Neil

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