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Speeding up EFX and CC work

Community Beginner ,
Aug 13, 2017 Aug 13, 2017

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I'm working with 4K footage in Premiere CC 2017. Working with effects and color correction is extremely slow. Using Lumetri CC panel is the worst offender, it takes 30+ seconds for an effect adjustment to show up on screen making it pretty much useless for subtle correction - if you blink at the wrong time you might not even see the change. I utilized past forum suggestions to speed up the work, but they're mostly older posts, and I didn't see any results when I tried the suggestions so I shelled out to upgrade my graphics card hoping that would fix the problem.  It has made only a slight difference. Any recommendations on what is working for others would be appreciated.

OS Sierra 10.12.5

Model Name:    Mac Pro

  Model Identifier:    MacPro5,1

  Processor Name:    Quad-Core Intel Xeon

  Processor Speed:    2.4 GHz

  Number of Processors:    2

  Total Number of Cores:    8

  L2 Cache (per Core):    256 KB

  L3 Cache (per Processor):    12 MB

  Memory:    52 GB

  Processor Interconnect Speed:    5.86 GT/s

  Boot ROM Version:    MP51.007F.B03

  SMC Version (system):    1.39f11

  SMC Version (processor tray):    1.39f11

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080:

  Chipset Model:    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

  Type:    GPU

  Bus:    PCIe

  Slot:    Slot-1

  PCIe Lane Width:    x16

  VRAM (Total):    8192 MB

  Vendor:    NVIDIA (0x10de)

  Device ID:    0x1b80

  Revision ID:    0x00a1

  ROM Revision:    MacVidCards

  Metal:    Supported

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Well you really need major CPU upgrade.  Faster clock and more cores.

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I was hoping that was not the only option as I can't afford to do so right now. If that is the only solution, would either of these upgrades be enough to have real time color correction and effects work?

3.33GHz **6-Core** 'Westmere' (Intel W3680, 6-Cores, QPI: 6.4GT/s)

Or would these not be enough either?

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Well it is hard to guarantee anything but if you run my Premiere Pro BenchMark (PPBM) and submit the results so I can see how your current system scores I can try predicting what you will be able to do.

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