- Feb 24, 2013
- ASUS WS X299 SAGE/10G
- Radeon VII
- Mobile Phone
Premiere/AME works way better under Windows and a CUDA enabled Quadro (or a 1080Ti/Titan Xp)...it just does.Thanks for the link regarding Premiere issues!
I've been using a Windows machine to encode. With a 8086k running Windows 10 it is able to encode faster than my hackintosh with a 7900x. I can only hope Adobe makes some progress on both stability and performance.
I am using 3 Benq pd3200u monitors.
Also your 8086 (aka better binned 8700k) has an Intel iGPU, which latest editions of Premiere/AME takes advantage of (note the Hardware option now available under AME).
The real iMac Pro or even the x299 Hackintosh does not have an iGPU and a 8700k will beat H264 encoding on any competing machine.
I have a question for you, could you disconnect ALL your monitors and try what you're doing with a single monitor?
I'm going to test this on my end as well.
I have noticed that my system the way it is, if I export straight to another codec and not H264, like ProRes 422 HQ or some other codec that's NOT H264, the machine will never hang. It's definitely macOS/Adobe/Vega related.
I had never had a crash in my previous 6700k Hackintosh during encodes to H264...