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This is called interlacing. It's a video artefact left over from the days when video signals for television (and domestic systems) sent every other horizontal line, then filled in the missing gaps, every half a frame of video that was sent. You need to deinterlace the footage before you edit it. If someone else has already uploaded the footage incorrectly to ...


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I believe Proxy Mode is what you are looking for. You can find it in the Playback Menu. Playback > Proxy Mode >


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Check your GPU settings in AME prefs should be targeting your particular GPU. Choice of GPU can effect render time significantly. A GPU with a high CUDA processor count is best for these renders on a PC. On a MAC it should be metal with an appropriate card. Try and get a view of your system performance and buy a better card. https://www.cgdirector.com/best-...


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I normally use ProRes 4444 set to "RGB + Alpha" and "Millions of Colours+"


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The best way to control the order-of-operations is to do all of your compositing in a single Fusion clip; all of your keying and corner-pinning happens in a single Fusion clip, ideally. To set this up, lasso both of the clips on V1 and V2, right-click, and choose "create Fusion clip" from the contextual menu (do this to new, ordinary video clips, ...


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Rendering speed depends on a lot of factors. Things that slow the render down include using a lot of CPU intensive effects, lots of CPU intensive precomps, effects which require multiple frames to be calculated, such as echo or time displacement, using many source layers, particularly high resolution sources that take time to read from disk, some effects ...


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Being a .mov shouldn't cause that issue on its own. Video files have wrappers and codecs. The ".mov" file name is just the wrapper. The codec is the way the file is encoded inside the wrapper, which you can see by opening the file in something like Quicktime Player and clicking on Window --> Show Movie Inspector. Most files on phones are stored ...


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Rolled back the Nvidia driver to the version before and it seems to have fixed it. Might be a bug. Typical!


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First variant: You can try to set resloution of your display to 1920x1080, but I think that you will have scroll on your screen. I know that with digital connect via DVI port on Windows PC with XP it was real. In the last time I didn't take any experiments. Second variant: You can buy FullHD monitor and don't have any problems with this. They are won't cost ...


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Have you read Adobe's system requirements for Premiere Pro? I think you'll find that a GPU is absolutely crucial for Premiere renders. Looking at your specs you seem to have got everything fairly well specced up except for the one thing that will massively decrease your render times for PP. TL;DR: get the best GPU you can afford.


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I managed to figure out my problem. I decided to try disabling my video adapters to see if that fixed my problem thinking that there was an issue with having two dedicated GPUs. I found no problem with having two GPUs but I discovered that disabling Intel graphics on my 8th gen i7 instantly fixed my problem. I'm not sure why that was causing an issue but ...


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