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  1. Bring back support for OpenCL until Apple stops selling OpenCL capable computers.

    Metal performance is vastly INFERIOR to OpenCL. Please don't tell us the dropping support for OpenCL is an advantage. It's not.

    Here's the data from the Premiere 14.9 Console of playback of the same sequence with Metal vs. OpenCL:

    Metal:

    <123145370017792> <Dump Playback Queue> <0> =============================== Queue Dump (2936) ===============================
    <123145370017792> <UpdatePlaybackStatusInfo> <0> Frames dropped during playback: 1045 / 2733, Preroll(ms): 2007.75
    <123145370017792> <UpdatePlaybackStatusInfo> <0> Avg Prefetch(ms): 3430.04, Avg Render(ms): 60.636, Avg Display FPS: 14.8163

    Open CL:

    <123145370017792> <Dump Playback Queue> <0> =============================== Queue Dump (1776) ===============================
    <123145370017792> <UpdatePlaybackStatusInfo> <0> Frames dropped during playback: 88 / 1574, Preroll(ms): 242.077
    <123145370017792>…

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  2. Let GPU handle speed ramping & Stabilization

    It's a huge setback when it comes to performance. Please let GPU do more and more things, GPUs are now more expensive and powerful than standard CPUs.

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    Good idea, but…

    Not every operation can be accelerated by GPUs, and these are (currently) among them. The gains available are more than offset by the costs of moving the necessary data to the GPU, for processing.

  3. P. Pro not using correct graphics card

    Myself and others have found that P. Pro is not using the correct graphics card when exporting. I understand that not all export material is exported using the graphics card, and that exporting is a highly CPU entistive process, but we have found that the program will use the integrated graphics. Even the P. Pro GPUSniffer lists the dedicated graphics card first in the command prompt, but the integrated graphics is still used. More information and troubleshooting steps that have been talked can be found in the following forum/link.
    https://forums.adobe.com/message/10369694#10369694

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    There’s not enough detail in the original post to be actionable, and there are too many disparate cases in the comments, to presume they’re all the same.

    For anyone still experiencing such issues, please post many more specifics: What graphics cards you have installed, current driver versions, and any information provided by PPro’s System Compatibility Report.

  4. External GPU support

    macOS 10.13.4 High Sierra brought native support for Radeon eGPUs. However, there is not OpenGL support in Premiere Pro 2018 and Metal Support is very slow. It would be great to use Nvidia Cards for CUDA but, Mac does not support those cards.

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  5. Make Premiere Pro work with the graphic card NVidia Quadro M1000M

    The graphic card is not listed under system requirements (https://helpx.adobe.com/in/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html). It works with older versions of CC programs (2017 versions). But the programs doesn't start after the 2018 update. I've found this problem in these programs: Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Audition CC and Media Encoder CC.

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    We are dependent upon the hardware manufacturers to update their drivers for use with current OSes. Each release, we make difficult decisions about which hardware we can and cannot continue to support.

    We continue to invest significant development effort in GPU acceleration.

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