I am experiencing stuttering in the timeline playback on my PC (please see specs):
Radeon Software Version - 16.12.1
Radeon Software Edition - Crimson ReLive
Graphics Chipset - AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series
Memory Size - 2048 MB
Memory Type - GDDR5
Core Clock - 1000 MHz
Windows Version - Windows 10 (64 bit)
System Memory - 16 GB
CPU Type - Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
I am using .MOV files shot from my DSLR Nikon D5300 @ 1080p 60fps. I noticed the timeline preview playback is choppy, however when I export the final file the playback is fine when playing it on Windows. I have tried nearly all the Project settings to no resolution. All video card drivers are up to date.
I tried this on my Surface Book laptop with dGPU and it has no problems with the timeline playback stutter, so I am not sure if this is a software issue or hardware issue on my PC.
Any help is appreciated.
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Does the first clip you add to your timeline have a yellow-orange "render" line above it? That would indicate that the program has NOT properly set up the project settings to match your video (common with MOV files), and that is resulting in inefficient playback.
Look under the program's Edit menu and select Project Settings. What settings are listed on the General page?
I actually do not even have a orange or green line. I have tried multiple project settings Including everything in the AVCHD and DSLR folders. When I hit render the file just plays with no indicative colored line. I can confirm the file is 1080p at 59.94 fps.
This actually worked when I thought it wouldn't. This is still an ongoing issue as I am writing about it in 2020. Give it a try if you are having this problem.
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how do you fix this?
Thank you for the right advice
Edit / Preferences / Audio Hardwere / Default Input / select No Imput?
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I had been having jittery playback whilst editing in Premiere Rush and searched for solutions everywhere. I came across this by accident and guess what? It solved my problems completely!! Can't thank you enough! Never once suspected it would be audio related, I thought my GPU was the culprit or something!
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I just upgraded hardware and for whatever reason the system deciced it wanted to use the mic and was screwing up the playback. This fixed it. Thanks!!
Wow! That worked for me! I would have never associated this with the problem. Bizzare.
Hi - there's not any other option for audio playback for me...
This worked for me!! Now that I think about ti, I recently installed Cubase LE so I wonder if that changed the audio harware somehow. Either way., it works now!! So glad I found this.
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This is exactly what fixed my problem, mine was set to Auto, I actually just selected the correct mic as I had 3, one from the head phones, another from the webcam and and my Boom mic, just selecting my Boom mic or as gojkoo65983524 said, no input 100% fixed my issue, many thanks for your help here
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That worked for me.
I tried all suggestion available, but this one only helped.
Maybe during installation of some device, this setting changes, as after fresh install of Premiere, even simple project with proxies cannot be play without stucking.
Thank you, Sir!