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How to force Adobe Media Encoder to use 100% CPU and memory?

I'm not happy when I'm rendering unless I can actually smell burning plastic, nothing is more frustrating than AE telling you that your render won't complete until the heat death of the universe, ...
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Video Quality Measurement test tool

There are a number of comparison algorithms available beginning with PSNR through SSIM/SSIMPLUS to VMAF. VMAF is implemented as an ffmpeg filter.
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Does amount of display's pixels affects computer's performance on lower resolution settings?

Setting your graphic card to work at a lower resolution will provide a small increase in performance in the case you described. For example: 1920 * 1080 = 2,073,600 1280 * 720 = 921,600 2,073,...
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How to force Adobe Media Encoder to use 100% CPU and memory?

While this question has already been answered; my recommendation: Use AfterEffects for your rendering if you have a system with a high number of cores and a lot of RAM. My main workstation is a ...
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Different decode performance in two similar H.264 videos

Figured it out. The difference in scrubbing performance comes from different GOP in those two videos. The video which played smoothly had GOP=(N, M)=(15, 1). So for people who'll encounter this issue ...
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Combining a short video and long audio file efficiently using Vegas or FFMPEG

Have you tried using the ffmpeg playlist feature dubbed concatenate? The fade to black with ffmpeg has been described here.
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can I use ffmpeg drawtext filter as a passthrough/identity filter? (and/or performance question)

Yes, method 2 is suitable. Add something like enable=0
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Looking for a laptop with the required performances to use the Adobe premiere software please?

HAdobe publish this information on their website - see this link or below: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html It's pretty simple, personally I would use the recommended ...
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Davinci Resolve with fast CPU but Slow GPU

From what I've read, Resolve very much depends on your GPU power -- speed and VRAM. I believe there's a preference to turn off at least some GPU usage, but that's probably more of a workaround for ...
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Any tips how to increase editing speed on Premiere Pro?

I use Cinegy Daniel2 codec for editing in Premiere Pro. This codec take more space on disk, but work veeeeery fast compare to H264. Also it work more fast for me compare to ProRes. Cinegy Daniel2 can ...
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Static frame video and a motion-intensive appendix: how to render fast?

As I can see, you know duration of your song, it good. I can suggest this trick: Generate 5 second of video with static image. With good settings, good fps, slow encoding and so on. Video must be ...
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H.264 slow scrubbing and playback performance

Usually in these situations I'd say maybe you have a bottleneck from your storage media. But with those bit rates any Ssd or hdd should be fine unless the files are really large. Thus it sounds to me ...
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Does a higher bitrate impact video EDITING?

The above answer by Adam is not really accurate... There are different bottlenecks to consider. Bitrate x Time = Size of File. means Higher Bitrate requires Faster Hard Drives Compression / Codec /...
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