I have been having a problem with Sony raw files taking anything between 5 and 35 seconds to load.They are from a A7Riv, around 120mb per file.
This happens most of the time. If I am, say, scrolling through a folder to do an initial cull of a new set of unedited files there is no pattern, so some may load in 5 seconds and other will take 15-20 seconds. it also happens with files i have developed, the time taken doesn't seem proportionate to the amount of work done on them.
A noticeable thing is that when using Task Manager to view the activity there is often little going on with the GPU but the CPU will be at 100% during the time. I understood that ON1 is designed to make more use of the GPU than this suggests.
My PC is Intel i7, 32Gb fast RAM, C drive: 250gb M.2 SSD, D Drive: (Storage location) 1tb m.2 SSD, E(scratch) drive 250gb M.2 SSD connected to motherboard using a Pcie adaptor, Nvidia GTX 1650, 4gb graphics card.
I have (I think) followed all the guidance about separate drive for Scratch space and PBC, altered display settings in W10 to high performance, same in Nvidia control panel, for which I thank Brian Lawson, Rick Sammartino and numerous correspondents over the last 2 years or so for their tips and advice.
over the last few weeks I have done two clean re instalations of Windows 10 and two further clean installations (and a couple of resets) of ON1PR, as well as clean installations of the Nvidia studio drivers. I don't use catalogues and don't have the left hand side window open when editing. I prefer to use the browser and rarely use presets.
I am hoping that there is someone who has experienced this problem and knows the solution and that maybe there is something obvious or maybe an incompatibility that I have overlooked.
For info: I have raised this with technical support but their advice has amounted to update the graphics card driver.
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