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    Ad Min commented  · 

    NEW UPDATE

    Got a brand new iMac Pro same specs and the issue happened again both in premiere pro and resolve.

    Have got in contact with an apple engineer, they have ran diagnostics 3 times and tried several things, like removing graphic and audio driver files. Also some third party system files.

    Only step forward have been to copy the files to the desktop and do the transcoding to the desktop. Eventually that worked but are not a viable solution for anyone.
    With lots of TB footage we need to store it all on a server.

    Unfortunately my last contact with apple was 5 days ago. Untill that point they had answered me every day. Now they've just gone silent..

    I have also tried the same task on a 16 core, vega ii, 192gb ram Mac Pro and that ran flawless.
    I would highly recommend rethinking and iMac Pro if you're going to edit .mxf xavc-i 4k footage.

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    Ad Min commented  · 

    NEW UPDATE
    Took the iMac to apple and got a full return and ordered a replacement of the same computer.
    It got flagged as faulty GPU and returned.
    The shutdown occurred while rendering from Davinci Resolve as well. All though Resolve rendered for slightly longer before the iMac shut down.

    I will update again when I receive the new iMac.

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    Ad Min commented  · 

    UPDATE
    Tested the same xavc-i footage on a baseline iMac Pro and no shutdown. Multi threading worked on the 8-core and the vega 56 didn't go over 70 Celsius.
    The Vega 56 only worked at about 60%.
    The Cpu however went above 90 degrees on all cores and maxed out performance.
    It took twice as long as the top spec iMac Pro but that's to be expected from a lower spected machine.
    Also the fans didn't go above 1200 rpm before the cpu reached 90 degrees. That seems concerning to me.
    Attached is a screenshot from the baseline iMac Pro running 4k xavc-i transcode to prores proxy 960x540.

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