Roto Performance Abysmal
I don't understand why when I have 128GB, and 18 core processor, and a RTX 2080TI with 12GB of video ram that rotoscoping a 4k clip thats 10 seconds long, the performance drags down so much I have to wait 20 seconds to be able to add a add/subtract roto brush mark.
I look at my computer usage and After Effects is barely using 5% of my cpu and gpu.
The rendering of the frame not to mention the propagation takes SO long on a complicated roto, it's barely usable in my opinon.
Adobe PLEASE bump up CPU/GPU usage for tasks like these. I've got a powerhouse system that's barely being used.
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Nick Dorn commented
hey, try minimizing, and maximizing, and playing around with that kinda stuff. I think the previews do weird things. roto and tracking on mine are really laggy and the interface hangs and becomes unusable during. https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911311-after-effects/suggestions/44254728-stop-adding-new-features-till-the-program-works-at also check out other people's posts, see if any speak to you. we shall fill their ears with upvoted performance issues. because, let's face it. performance is money, which we use to pay them. they have every reason to want to listen.
James Landy commented
Sorry, that you’re experiencing performance issues when using Roto Brush.
That’s not the excepted behavior. We recently made some performance enhancements to propagation in Ae 22.0. I’m curious if that’s the version you’re encountering the slowdown with?