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Premier Pro requirment, help needed

New Here ,
Aug 31, 2020 Aug 31, 2020

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HI GUYS, WILL THIS CONFIGURATION WORK FOR USING PREMIER PRO. I JUST WANT TONLEARN EDITING, WONT BE USING 4K FOOTAGE. 

 

HP Pavilion 15-ec0044ax Ryzen 7 Windows 10 Gaming Laptop (8 GB, 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD, 4 GB Graphics, 39.62 cm, Black)

 

  • Thanks in Advance.

 

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Aug 31, 2020 Aug 31, 2020

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Moved to the Video Hardware forum.

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LEGEND ,
Aug 31, 2020 Aug 31, 2020

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Poor choice. No discrete GPU, too little installed system RAM. That, plus the fact that the integrated graphics actually steals system RAM for itself rather than having its own discrete VRAM, will result in repeated system crashing, especially if the iGPU is called for any sort of video processing whatsoever. In fact, by design integrated AMD Radeon graphics can steal even more RAM (up to 16 GB) than the total installed amount of RAM in that system (and of course, the integrated Vega 10 graphics will steal at least 4 GB of that system's installed 8 GB of RAM, leaving you with less than 4 GB worth of RAM available for running all of the software programs and their processes, including the OS itself). As a result of all that, that laptop really needs 32 GB or more RAM just to avoid choking in routine video editing situations - and even then, performance will remain sluggish.

 

And when you Google "Premiere Pro System Requirements," don't just look at the minimum requirement: A system of such a spec will run Premiere Pro poorly, and may even crash in the middle of a rendering job. Instead, look at the "Recommended" spec, and go up from there. And the recommended spec does not account for an integrated graphics processor at all; it assumes that you'll be using a wholly discrete GPU with its own discrete VRAM. If you're going to use an integrated graphics processor for any kind of video processing, then you will need more than 16 GB of installed system RAM to avoid choking under pressure.

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Sep 08, 2020 Sep 08, 2020

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Thanks a lot for your response.

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