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    Occasionally I work on infographic style animations right in premiere. I create layered photoshop files (sometimes 4k or higher resolution) and import into premiere to give movement.

    Problem is that the high res graphics are a real drag on my system. They typically only have a few solid color in them but premiere doesn't seem to be optimized for these types of graphics. The render times can be pretty ridiculous for what appears to be very simple graphics. I noticed, however, that when I dynamically link them into an after effect composition the performance greatly improves.

    That being said, I don't want to have to work within after effects and sometimes "replacing with after effect composition" does'nt bring over some of my settings that I applied in premiere. Is there a setting in premiere that would improve performance of simple files like this? Maybe if I used something other than 8 bit PSDs?
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    You could try a vector file, like a png. That might make it a little better. No promises though.


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    PNGs aren't vector unfortunately.
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    My mistake about calling them vector. I believe I was thinking about how they can have transparency. It's already been a long week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by egproductions View Post
    Is there a setting in premiere that would improve performance of simple files like this?
    I don't believe so.

    Though you might find better performance with a different format.


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