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    Peter commented  · 

    Anyone heard any updates on this?

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    Peter commented  · 

    @Seneca_lives thanks for the info! I tried setting affinity to 4 cores and nothing changed and then tried 2 and it triggered. Really annoying but at least it works !

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    Peter commented  · 

    I tried setting the affinity for premiere, tried the coreprio and the process lasso programs none of which helped the dropped frames in premiere for me. (FS5 footage here)

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    Peter commented  · 

    @Jonathan Sony FS5 files here

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    Peter commented  · 

    Same for me....tired of swapping GPUs just to see if it works and also tired of my gtx 1080ti sitting doing nothing.

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    Peter commented  · 

    @JV I love me some ARK! O the hours of farming metal on a quetz+anky :)
    By swapping out my gtx 1080ti for a very old hd 5870 the playback issue went away. Im not placing blame on any hardware or program, but the issue only shows up within premiere with the Threadripper and GTX 1080 combo which leads me to believe that premiere and the GTX and/or thread ripper aren't talking nicely to each other, I am working with sony FS5 footage so that could play a roll as well... this was posted earlier in the thread but a lot of people are experiencing the same thing. https://www.reddit.com/r/editors/comments/9koon1/my_bittersweet_love_letter_to_adobe/e73wpel/

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    Peter commented  · 

    @TNRFX I have 2 machines in my department that are running most recent versions of premiere, one with the an i7 6900 and one with the 1950x. Both have gtx 1080ti and the thread ripper (in premiere) has terrible playback with Sony FS5 footage. Like every 4th frame is dropped, but the i7 machine is fine and the issue only shows up in premiere. I can playback the files just fine outside. If you are really wanting a gtx 1080ti id go intel for CPU.

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    Peter commented  · 

    @TNRFX as far as i know it still exists. If I was in your position and had not purchased a GPU yet, I would go for an AMD RX Vega 64 (if you are going the 1950x route). I am currently trying to sell my GTX 1080ti to replace with RX vega.

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    Peter commented  · 

    This is the latest update from NVIDIA/ADOBE. I did some testing and it did seem to help.

    Thank you for your patience. Would you be willing to test a new combination of Premier Pro and our NVIDIA Display Driver?

    Specifically,
    Adobe Premiere Pro v13.0.2 (Build 38) +
    NVIDIA Display Driver: 416.35, Win 10: https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/141169/en-us

    We fixed performance issues with the Threadripper 1950x and 2990WX in our R415 driver.

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    Peter commented  · 

    This is just an update for anyone else having this problem. I have been working with people from NVIDIA and Adobe trying to help them recreate the problem. Just wanted to let you guys know this is being worked on! Hooray!

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    Peter commented  · 

    Any updates from anyone? Didn't see anything in the latest update notes regarding this issue :(

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    Peter commented  · 

    Peter Kirst --- plandis@hutchcraft.com

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    Peter commented  · 

    Any chance this was addressed in the latest update or is it still in review ?

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    Peter commented  · 

    To the Anonymous guy with 2 computers, I've found the only work around is putting in a different GPU for the time being. Not ideal but the playback with the gtx 1080 is unworkable

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    Peter commented  · 

    I wish i could rename this thread to GTX 1080 + Threadripper + Premiere = problems. Would love to hear from a dev on this issue.

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    Peter commented  · 

    @Reese I run into a lot of export problems with .mxf files. Try exporting through media encoder.

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    Peter commented  · 

    I wish we could get an answer from adobe. I just tried putting my gtx 1080 ti card back in and still having dropped frames on basic 1080 footage. (a7s) Looks like ill have to put the 5870 back RIP

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    Peter commented  · 

    Update : I just chatted with support and they told me that the engineers are working on this issue and they will be releasing a patch in the near future. We shall see if and when i guess?

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    Peter commented  · 

    Update....I pulled out the gtx 1080 and replaced with an old ATI HD 5800 series gpu and now have no dropped frames. Might have to sell my gtx 1080 and go with a vega ?

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    Peter commented  · 

    Have a Threadriper + GTX 1080 and have nothing but problems in premiere. Playback of 1080p footage straight out an A7sii can't playback without dropped frames. Swapping the GTX 1080 out with an old 5870 solved the playback issue. Please solve this adobe.

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    I am using A Threadripper 1950x and gtx 1080ti and I pulled out the gtx 1080 and replaced with an old ATI HD 5800 series gpu and now have a lot smoother playback. Might have to sell my gtx 1080 and go with a vega ?

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    It would be one thing if using a threadripper was slower l, but it’s barely usable. Getting dropped frames in the media preview window is just sad.

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