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Three Performance-Enhancing Tips

As your projects grow in size and complexity, Premiere's performance may start lagging. You can restore some of that lost performance with the following three tips.

Rendering Virtual Clips and Saving Them

You create virtual clips for two basic reasons: to circumvent an editing roadblock and to reuse an involved collection of edits and effects. Each time you preview a portion of your timeline with a copy of a virtual clip in it, Premiere must redo whatever calculations it took to play back that clip in its original state. You can save some CPU cycles by rendering the clip, saving it as a file, and then importing it back to your project. This way, it will play smoothly as a straight video clip with no extra effects grabbing processor power.


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