What is best for Premiere: 4770 (4.5 GHz) or 1070?

Good afternoon. A CPU i7 4770k overclocked to 4.5 GHz, 16GB DDR3 memory 2000мгц (11-11-11-28) gtx 1070 jetstream, the power profile to max performance, if that.

Editing videos in premiere, 1 video track, 1 audio, no effects, just the video sped up from 6K to 10K. Bogged down playback, delay before playing for 2-4 seconds, sometimes the audio plays but the video is "worth", we have again to restart the station. Playback does not reflect the full real picture, which can be obtained after rendering.
That is, roughly speaking, I customize video audio, so always browse the same sites, and are constantly faced with these friezes. Video ful HD. Percent greater than 80% load. The memory stops there, eat 8 out of 16GB.
The Prime Minister and the Windows are on the SSD. Screw during operation is not loading. (although I just now thought that maybe I should files I work with to migrate to SSD, but the project is 70 per cent ready so that next time)
Resolution while playing 1/4. Browsers, torrents etc during operation is not open, only the Prime Minister.
So I ask the Board, maybe for render and playback during installation, use GPU 1070 ? Once upon a time, when had the strength and brains to understand this, I would set up the Prime Minister under the CPU, since I then had a rotten gtx 770.
Although, maybe the Prime Minister is so open due to the acceleration in the 6-10K times ? Can they all ? Can the Prime Minister is buggy as it stands already, 2 (the wind not changed). Version SS 2019
In General, interested in your professional opinion regarding the difference in computing power between the 4770 (4.5 GHz) and 1070.
Thank you
April 3rd 20 at 17:28
1 answer
April 3rd 20 at 17:30
Solution
You have a source file with the extension MP4? Then the answer is here.
Processor or better video card will not help you, it is a feature of inter-frame codec, they are not intended for installation.
If not MP4, then let us here the MediaInfo text results of any source, we will see.
MP4. I read your answer, didn't understand everything, but the Board is clear. That is, in any case, this is the only solution in this situation ?
You write that the converted files will weigh a lot, so will significantly increase the render time ?
And what about rendering in CPU and GPU - roberta.Hue commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:33
That is, in any case, this is the only solution in this situation ?
Theoretically, any 9900K with iGPU enabled for hardware acceleration decoding can help, but even he is unlikely to guarantee the absence of missed shots.
You write that the converted files will weigh a lot, so will significantly increase the render time ?
No, they are considered quickly, in both directions - but there bit rate of 200 Mbps - so the files would take gigabytes, if not tens or hundreds. However, for installation, you can use a proxy of low quality and / or resolution, you're just "on watch" during Assembly, and cut the result then will be considered from the source file, the proxy only. This functionality is built-in Premiere, search for "adobe premiere proxy", for example.
And what about rendering in CPU and GPU
You can use NVENC with any more or less modern Nvidia graphics card, in order to teach Premiere to work with it, you need to install the plugin Voukoder. But it will not speed up your work in the program, only the output - export the target file, not free, but at a degraded ratio the size\quality. Files it considers the processor, weigh less and look better. However, many eye is not visible, so sometimes it makes sense, on YouTube, for example. He still shakes even more. - ollie commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:36
@ollie, Thanks.
Files it considers the processor, weigh less and look better.

Clearly, it is better to use percents and sacrifice render time.

Then still a little pomocou you questions:
I don't quite understand your answer to another person. I will need to convert the files using video Converter, using the codecs you mentioned (for Converter), and then to work with them, or these codecs are intended for the Prime Minister ? - roberta.Hue commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:39
@roberta.Hue,
I will need to convert the files using video Converter, using the codecs you mentioned (for Converter), and then to work with them, or these codecs are intended for the Prime Minister ?
Yes, you need to convert. These codecs are in premiere, you can just export your source file and choose while exporting Format: DNxHR\DNxHD MXF OP1a, Preset selectable resolution and frame rate. Resolutions and lower, but if you have 50 FPS, for example, choose 50. Alternatively, DNX SQ 720p 50.
Also there are Proxies in Premiere (actually, the same thing, just for your purposes), but they need first to include, in addition, it is necessary to have installed Adobe Media Encoder. This question is easier to Google than to tell here. - ollie commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:42
@ollie, I understand, thank you very much for your time. I will understand - roberta.Hue commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:45

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