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January 7, 2014 4:46:40 PM

Lately I´ve been getting low frame rates while using Adode Premiere. It´s usully fine but it tends to dip when there is a cross-disolve. I´m using CS6 with Quicktime as the video format and H.264 as the codec (usally there´re exports from DaVinci or AE). I´ve Checked the Cpu, the memory and the Gpu and there´re running at 10, 40 and 15% when premiere´s playing a video. Anybody know what the problem could be?
I´ll leave my Specs...
Intel i7 3820 @ 3.6 Ghz
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-X79-Up4
Memory 8GB Hyper Black
Disc Drive Western Digital 1 TB Black
Nvidea GEforce Gtx 660 ti 2 GB

thank you in advance

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January 7, 2014 4:58:46 PM

Did you try turning Hardware Acceleration off?
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January 7, 2014 7:43:15 PM

Is this before or after you render the timeline (sequence)? What is the duration of the transition? Could you upload a sample and provide a link so I would have a better idea of what is happening?
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January 8, 2014 1:50:15 PM

It happen before and after I render my sequnce... The transition is about half secound long... here is link to one of the videos that I uploaded a while back: https://vimeo.com/81630666 it exports fine its the viewer thats the problem...
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January 8, 2014 2:00:12 PM

Sounds like a driver/Hardware Acceleration issue even more, if it is just the viewer. If HA is On, turn it Off. If it is Off, turn it On and see if the viewer stutter is still there.
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January 8, 2014 3:56:27 PM

The Button under Troubleshooting in the advanced options window is faded out... So I can´t move Hardware Acceleration. Do you Know if there is a Workaround?
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January 8, 2014 4:06:23 PM

You can try to see if there is a specific driver that DaVinci or AE recommends when using the GTX 660Ti.
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January 8, 2014 6:00:16 PM

Jackie Coogan said:
It happen before and after I render my sequnce... The transition is about half secound long... here is link to one of the videos that I uploaded a while back: https://vimeo.com/81630666 it exports fine its the viewer thats the problem...


Could not see the video (page not found). I will be at my desktop later and will tell you how to access the hardware acceleration options in Premiere (don't have Premiere on the laptop).
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January 8, 2014 7:23:20 PM

To check and change hardware acceleration in Premiere Pro CS6 do the following:
1) Click on Project
2) Click on Project Settings
3) Click on General
4) Look under Video Rendering and Playback
5) The options are Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)* and Mercury Playback Engine Software Only
6) Change the option to Mercury Playback Engine Software Only to disable hardware acceleration
7) Click on OK
*This option will only appear if you have an Adobe approved CUDA GPU.
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