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    56 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    I have to get back on what I said about the solution of Andy, I didn't "enable proxies" in the preferences -> media options yet. Apparently this option is disabled by default. Since the enabling, loading of the thumbnails is almost immediately. So what I did is make proxies of my GH5, h.246 footage in 'prores medium resolution proxies'. And it works like a charm now. Disappointing though that I first have to transcode my Panasonic GH5-footage before editing (which also consumes quite some disk space), but I am happy using proxies speeds up the thumbnail loading drastically. I hope in the future Adobe can speed up H.246 thumbnails.

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    I tried doing what you said Andy and use proxies for a change. I must admit the loading of the thumbnails seem to be a bit faster but I still have to wait every time I scroll down in my project browser. I just don't understand why premiere doesn't load the thumbnails all at once during startup of the project, because in the end you will be scrolling down to find footage anyway. I would rather wait a bit longer during startup, than to wait during editing.

    Specs:
    I7-5930K
    32 gb RAM
    NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1060 6 GB
    All drivers,windows and premiere are up to date
    Samsung SSD 970 PRO for editing
    WDS WD2003FZEX-00Z4SA0 for Caching

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Is there an official statement from Adobe about this? Just wondering how big a problem this is or that we only have 60 votes here because people having this problem (including me) are just an exception. And if so, why are we the exception? (is it a hardware thing for example?).

    It seems strange to me that only a "handful" of people are complaining about this, while fast thumbnail generation is such a basic requirement for professional editing software.

    I really wish adobe could just give a statement about this problem..."no we can not fix this at the moment"...or "it's not us it's you" are also answers. At least we can react to that or know what to expect.

    FYI: I contacted Adobe support about this problem. The help desk person couldn't figure it out, so I asked how to get this problem to a more directly involved person. His response was to post my complaint on this forum since this forum is read frequently by the seniors....this was half a year ago.

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Just to give you an idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbCvkeJvLv4

    This is after clearing cache (and even deleting the cache folders) and after regenerating the cache-files again.

    My specs are: I7-5930K processor, 32 gb of RAM, Geforce GTX 1060 6gb and I edit from a internal Samsung SSD 970 PRO 1TB M.2 drive (where also my cache directories are located...not ideal, but should be fast enough). Besides that I have the latest Premiere version, an up-to-date windows 10 and all of my hardware drivers up-to-date including the Nvidia studio drivers.

    I even changed from a good HDD (wdc wd2003fzex-00z4sa0) to this SSD hoping it would improve the thumbnail generation and it helped a little bit. But I still think loading time is terrible.

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Isn't it possible to generate ALL the thumbnails in one time? Preferably during project startup, media importing, or when the system is idle (and not doing anything anyway).

    Sometimes I just give up (and postpone) editing because of the loading of the thumbnails in the media browser takes too long. Actually it doesn't take that long for the ones to load that are visible in the browser (Davinci Resolve still is much faster though), but when I scroll down or up to the ones that were not visible yet it starts to generate those. Why not all in one time so they are available whenever needed? Really frustrating. Fast thumbnail availability should be basic stuff for pro editing software (that you pay a lot of money for).

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    April 2019 and still not fixed I believe. Would love the thumbnails to preload all instead of only loading the ones that are currently shown in the bin browser window. Always affraid to scroll down or up because of the loading time. Better to have some waiting time during the startup of Premiere than during the editing itself.

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    6 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Color/Lumetri  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Same problem here.

    Didn't try to reproduce the problem with other Lumetri functions yet, but it occurs when I try to add vignetting to my footage.

    The problem disappears when switching from CUDA-rendering to software rendering.

    Example: https://youtu.be/gwDlAkdFTHI

    Specs are:
    Windows 10 v 1909 (build 18363.900)
    Geforce GTX 1060 6GB
    Intel Core i7 5930K
    32gb RAM
    Nvidia Studio drivers (451.48)
    Adobe Premiere (14.3.0 build 38)

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    21 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Color/Lumetri  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Yup, same problem here.

    Didn't try to reproduce the problem with other Lumetri functions yet, but it occurs when I try to add vignetting to my footage.

    The problem disappears when switching from CUDA-rendering to software rendering.

    Example: https://youtu.be/gwDlAkdFTHI

    Specs are:
    Windows 10 v 1909 (build 18363.900)
    Geforce GTX 1060 6GB
    Intel Core i7 5930K
    32gb RAM
    Nvidia Studio drivers (451.48)
    Adobe Premiere (14.3.0 build 38)

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    3 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    This would be really useful. It would speed up finding the right parts in interviews a lot. I would suggest putting the waveform as a small overlay over the video footage (Resolve style), instead of stacking it. And than of course with the option to toggle it on or off.

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    Itam van Teeseling commented  · 

    Still happening here

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