[PD-LV] Video Playback Secret

Roberts Rozkalns operaatoors at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 00:02:54 EET 2012


Okey, actually I  solved problem with two things. One is that I exported 640x512 size video, and switched codec to Motion JPEG A, which increased file size, but now it is running smooth with all bangs and so on, and CPU never jumps out of it's pants :)

On Dec 16, 2012, at 11:31 PM, Roberts Rozkalns <operaatoors at gmail.com> wrote:

> Mac OS X Mountain Lion with MacBook Pro Mid 2012.
> 
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> On Dec 16, 2012, at 11:25 PM, Max Neupert <max.neupert at uni-weimar.de> wrote:
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>> On which platform are you (OS)? 
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>> Roberts Rozkalns <operaatoors at gmail.com> schrieb:
>> Hello, everyone!
>> 
>> I have a huge problem understanding how to playback simple movie with PD.
>> 
>> Boxes seems are all right, everything connected, even tried to playback video through samples in Help > Browser with both pix_movie and pix_film, but movie didn't play back as expected - laggy (except with message box "auto $1"). Problem seems to be when metro is banging, and CPU is used up to 290% by PD (checked on Activity Monitor).
>> 
>> Finnaly, i realised that problem must have about my video. I used Premiere Pro CS6 to export video with Quicktime format in 1080p, 29.97 fps, and H.264 codec. 15 seconds long video size is 22mb, which is pretty small. But PD, seems not to be able to crunch such a video.
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>> Maybe someone could suggest other options, how to export video for PD using Premiere.
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>> Thanks!
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>> /Rob
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