Most modern graphics cards support the GPU pipe for Continuum. If you’re finding that Continuum is slowing down on your system when working with 4k or larger clips then this might be an indicator that the GPU can’t process that image size and is falling back to the slower CPU path. In this case you may need a graphics card with more available memory or you may need to close out other applications that are pulling GPU memory from the graphics card. Some hosts offer an option for the user to control how much memory is consumed when running that host so in these cases you may want to reduce the available memory in the host application to see if this helps with the GPU performance.
Articles in this section
- What is Continuum?
- Continuum - Useful Links
- Continuum Tech Specs
- Where can I download Continuum?
- Boris Continuum users - please read this before you update to the latest version of Premiere Pro 23.1
- Locating the Continuum diagnostic log
- What’s the difference between BCC and BCC+?
- What are Continuum Units?
- What are Continuum Premium filters?
- Can I upgrade from a Unit or Premium filter to the full product?