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Premiere Pro Compatibily

New Here ,
Jul 19, 2020 Jul 19, 2020

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I need to run Premiere Pro on a system with 

  • Intel Graphics 4600
  • Radeon R7 250
  • 16GB Ram
  • Intel I7-4770 , 3.4GHz

The system is only required to do basic Video Editing task ( use of After Effects is also very occassionaly required).

 

I realise the 4600 is not supported by Adobe, however any advice would be much appreciated.

 

 

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Jul 19, 2020 Jul 19, 2020

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Moved to the Hardware forum.

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LEGEND ,
Jul 19, 2020 Jul 19, 2020

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I strongly recommend a GPU upgrade for that system. You see, Premiere Pro works rather poorly with OpenCL in Windows to begin with. And in the case of the R7 250, it uses a GPU that dates all the way back to the Radeon HD 77xx back in 2012. As such, its performance will actually be about as sluggish as an old Nvidia GeForce GT 730 with 64-bit GDDR5 VRAM.

 

For that i7-4770 CPU, you'd be way better off upgrading the GPU to a GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 or a GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER.

 

Once you upgrade that GPU, be sure to disable the integrated Intel HD Graphics in the BIOS. Otherwise, Premiere Pro 2020 may not work properly. By default most desktops automatically disable the Intel graphics when a discrete GPU is installed.

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Jul 20, 2020 Jul 20, 2020

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Thanks for that, unfortunatly I'm not in a position to upgrade for the time being. I will bear it in mind when we are able to upgrade.

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LEGEND ,
Jul 20, 2020 Jul 20, 2020

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You will be forced to upgrade very soon, if not now. Your GPU dates all the way back to 2013. And a future version of Premiere Pro will not run at all in your system.

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Jul 21, 2020 Jul 21, 2020

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The IT purchaser in out organisation specified a dedicated graphics card and at least 16gb of RAM, on new systems. While they were an upgrade obviously not enough of one. 

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It's not enough of an upgrade because Premiere Pro has gotten more picky about the age of the hardware of late. You see, nobody in the tech industry wants to support anything hardware-wise that's more than three years old at all any more. And in the near future, Skylake and Kaby Lake CPUs will be transitioning to "legacy" support status at Intel itself while support for anything older will end completely.

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