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    Im finding that rendering even small sections of the timeline to see how my effects are shaping up is taking MUCH longer in Premiere Pro 2 than it did in the previous version. I have a reasonably decent system (see below), but it seems far slower. I have virus checked, defrragged etc
    Any reason for this? Or are my specs just not good enough for PP2?

    Athlon 64 3200
    1G Ram
    1x80 SATA
    1x120 SATA

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    I think this is a reasonable expectation if you are editting high def video. PPro 1.5.1 used the Cineform codec which is great. The new 'native HDV editing' doesn't and certainly needs a much greater spec PC to get anywhere.

    But if it's not high def you're doing then, sorry, I don't know why.

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    Thanks Alan, but Ive just sussed out the problem anyway...
    It only seems to be certain clips that are slowing things up....very large bmp files! Converting them all to smaller jpegs seems to do the trick. Should've thought of that before!
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by murph
    Thanks Alan, but Ive just sussed out the problem anyway...
    It only seems to be certain clips that are slowing things up....very large bmp files! Converting them all to smaller jpegs seems to do the trick. Should've thought of that before!
    cheers
    Ah yes. And if you are not scaling or animating them, convert them to the composition size before importing as well. This can be the difference between needing to render and not.

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    Great tip! will do. thank you

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    Oh and use a lossless format for your stills, not JPG. Try TIFF.

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