Background rendering like Final Cut Pro would be nice. If you do nothing for a few seconds, it would be good if premiere calculates effects in the background automatically. It saves a lot of rendertime in the end.
This is something we are looking into. Thanks for the feedback.
Julian Lemmerich commented
But please make it easily toggle-able. I wouldnt want this, when working on a Laptop, but the shortly after, when docked, its handy
Adobe has dropped the ball on rendering - looking to Avid or Resolve. We need better control over rendering, background rendering
AND FOR THE LOVE OF GOD :
Lets be able to SELECT TIMELINES in the project bin and cue them up for renders.
Having to MANUALLY load and render in to out on single timelines is completely insane and a totally unaccebtable timedump -
This was introduced in 7.1 but doesn't work in cc18 :
Pls bump and comment
Avid has background rendering...fast work flow.
I think exporting to Media Encoder works great. You can start a new sequence in Premiere Pro while Media Encoder renders in the background.
OMG, this sound so good! I have not worked with FXP yet. However, if it works nicely there I am sure Premiere engineers are capable of introducing this into premiere :)
I don't know what to do. But better performance in general is always a major +
Rafael Guetta commented
- Have a progress indicator for effect renders (same as the Analyze feature in Warp Stabilizer).
- Have a global button to start/stop BG render (in case we want the CPU power for other apps)
- First step, make PP automatically analyze warp stabilizer clips in the BG during no activity.
- Nest step add the feature to other heavy effects (like neatvideo) or similar.
Darren Manden commented
This would be great. If it could background render all currently open sequences would be excellent! It's one of the things I really miss from FCP.
I think this is way beyond adobe engineers 😜
Mike Troxell commented
Yes, please add this feature Adobe!
D.L. Watson commented
I'd like to see this featured integrated closer into premiere (like conforming audio files), rather than going out to Media Encoder which often has issues communicating with Pr (like with proxies).