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Timofey Yuriev January 23rd, 2007 12:46 PM

Gridiron Nucleo for Premiere
 
Anything we can use to make Premiere use all CPU power like gridiron nucleo for After Effects?

Bart Walczak January 24th, 2007 03:16 AM

Premiere is multi-threaded by default.

Steve Burke January 24th, 2007 03:50 PM

I appreciate that PPro supports multi cpu's, but it does not support a background render queue. Most of my rendering takes place overnight, but there are parts I need to render during the day. Once PPro is rendering, I cannot use it for further editing work. Is there something like Gridironís Nucleo Pro that works with PPRo to allow a background render queue? Any info appreciated.

Thanks

Steve

Timofey Yuriev January 24th, 2007 05:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bart Walczak
Premiere is multi-threaded by default.

Yes, correct me if i'm not right, but I don't think it would use 100% of CPU like Nucleo would allow.

Bart Walczak January 25th, 2007 03:45 AM

Steve, I share your sentiment, render que would be very, very good addition to Premiere.

Timofey - it depends. I sometimes get 90-100% of both cores use in my Core Duo, sometimes only 50-60% per core (not single core 100%, and other core 0%, just 50-60% per core). I don't know the reason of this difference (it's not the drives throughput issue, I checked) but it sometimes exists.


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