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Thread: can you somehow bypass using adobe media encoder in premiereCS4 ?

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    I find rendering out of CS4 to be horribly slow compared to when I use CS3. I mean 4x slower or more. To be honest it's so bad I tend to avoid using it now and use sony vegas. It's not that i am using a different file or settings. If I use the exact same file and render settings its still horribly slow compared to CS3. Any tips - I ideally I would like to avoid using the media encoder altogether but maybe that's the only way to render now with CS4. Anyways for now I am using vegas or Cs3 I find CS4 unusable

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    At the risk of suggesting you don't have a legit copy... It does sound like you have a cracked version.

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    no I have used premiere for a few versions now but CS4 is the worst. I have come across a lot of people complaining about the encoding with it. I will stick with CS3 - CS5 is not an option as you need a 64bit system. In the near future I will go to either sony vegas 10 or edius. I wont be bothering with Adobe again.

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