Colin Smith considers green screen footage in Premiere Pro that seems to be crashing the comp

Are effects slowing you down in Adobe Premiere Pro?

A filmmaker working on 90 minutes of green screen footage finds that Premiere Pro continuously crashes, even with a powerful GPU. The answer may lie in a process of hitting the Mute FX button to hunt for effects that are unaccelerated.

This tutorial shows you how to identify if the effects you’re using are creating problems like poor playback performance or crashing. We also look at using alternative effects with GPU acceleration.

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