UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark
Benchmark PC performance with Adobe® Premiere® Pro
UL Procyon benchmarks use real applications to test performance whenever possible. The UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark uses Adobe Premiere Pro in a typical video editing workflow.
Exporting video files from Premiere Pro is dead time to a creator. Even short videos can take several minutes to export. Longer sequences with layers, color grading and complex effects may take an hour or longer. A faster creator PC takes less time to export video files, giving more time back to the creator.
The benchmark starts by importing two video project files. The project timelines include various edits, adjustments and effects. The second project uses several GPU-accelerated effects. Each video project is exported in Full HD encoded with H.264 and again in 4K UHD encoded with HEVC (H.265). The benchmark score is based on the time taken to export all four videos.
- Benchmark video editing performance.
- Uses Adobe applications in a typical workflow.
- Test and compare creator PCs.
- Run from the UI or the command line.
- Export result data as XML or a PDF report.
- Simple to setup and run.
Performance with real applications
The UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark uses Adobe Premiere Pro in a typical video editing workflow. Using relevant apps ensures that the benchmark score reflects the real-world performance of the whole system.
Designed for professionals
We created the UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark for retailers and press reviewers who need relevant, standardized tools for assessing the video editing performance of PCs and workstations for content creators.
Fast and easy to use
The benchmark is easy to install and run—no complicated configuration required. Run the benchmark from the graphical UI or via the command line. View benchmark scores in the app or export detailed result files for further analysis.
For creators who make a living from their craft, focus and productivity are key. When the process gets in the way, creativity suffers. Even the smallest interruption can break the flow. Longer delays are even more frustrating.
Purpose-built creator PCs promise to smooth out these wrinkles in the production process. With high-end specifications and serious styling, creator PCs are designed to appeal to animators, designers, photographers, videographers, musicians and other digital content creators.
The UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark offers an easy way for creators to compare the performance of different systems and specifications.
UL Procyon benchmarks for retailers
UL works with consumer electronics retailers to help people choose the right PC for their needs and budget. Retailers use benchmark scores and testing data from UL to categorize and sort the PCs, notebooks and laptops they offer.
Video Editing Benchmark scores provide a convenient way to understand the capabilities of different systems. Retailers can use this benchmarking data at the point of sale to help their customers make informed buying decisions.
UL Procyon benchmarks for press
Content creators rely on reviews to make better purchasing decisions. UL benchmarks help editors and journalists complement their reviews with accurate, relevant and impartial performance metrics.
UL benchmarks are used by hundreds of press publications around the world. If you would like to evaluate the UL Procyon Video Editing Benchmark for use in your reviews, please get in touch below.
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Minimum system requirements
|OS||Windows 10, 64-bit, version 2004 or later|
|Processor||Intel 6th gen or newer CPU or AMD equivalent|
|Video memory||2 GB|
|Display||1280 × 800|
|Storage||10 GB Does not include space required for Adobe applications|
|Adobe Premiere Pro 14.5 or newer|
Applications not included. You must install and activate licensed versions of the required applications on every system you plan to test.