What’s New Wednesday: May 20, 2020

Adobe Employee ,
May 19, 2020

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This week we shipped 14.2! Thanks to all of your feedback and help testing, these Beta features are now available to the public in the latest 14.2 release. 

 

Finished features:  

  

This week in Premiere Pro (Beta):  

  • Improved playback and scrubbing performance in ProRes multicam sequences.  
  • The Opacity parameter in the Effect Controls panel no longer automatically adds keyframes when adjusted.  
  • The new Rec2020 mp4 files from Canon are now supported. 
  • Bug fix for DPX thumbnails showing up blank in the Media Browser.  

  

We always love to see what you're working on. Share a picture or video of your timeline to social media with the hashtags #PremierePro #TimelineTuesday.  

  

Stay safe! 

- The Premiere Pro team 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 20, 2020

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Marjorie,

 

A number of U2U users are having issues with freezes/hangs when trying to use H.264/HEVC exporting. They apparently can get around this by turning off Hardware accelerated encoding in the Preferences/Media folder.

 

Neil

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Adobe Employee ,
May 21, 2020

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Hi Neil, Thanks for your post! We think we have identified the issue and have a possible fix in place. We will ask users to try it out in Beta build and roll out the fix soon. As you mentioned, workaround to turn OFF the HW encode will work.

 

Thanks

Brajesh

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Community Beginner ,
May 25, 2020

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Prores Raw is just working for a limited time - then the application stops working propably.

1. The thumbnails/projectfile-browser not shows up.

2. The media is PENDING... *sigh*

3. Greyed out application - hangs when browsing media in projectbrowser.

4. need restart, the application crashes OR it does not show any more than greyed out - need to force-kill it in process manager... *sigh againg*

 

I have tried using internal raidsystem for media instead of USB attached SSD-drives. No difference at all..

 

This is not what I call a proper version - accepted product for professional use.. this is a MESS!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 25, 2020

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I'm having no issues with ProRes RAW here ... nor are there tons of others. So how about troubleshooting what's causing the problem on your system?

 

First, did you import/ingest the media through the Media Browser panel or ... how?

 

Second, after moving the media to the internal drives (I think a wise move) ... did you delete all cache files before continuing to work? If not, I would delete all cache files, relaunch, import via the Media Browser, and see if that works better.

 

Neil

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Adobe Employee ,
May 25, 2020

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Hi patrikp23968084,

 

Please share more details like 

  1. Your dislay card
  2. and the file you are using 4K, 6k and source of media 
  3. are you using any plugins?

 

 Please try to update display drivers. 

 

Regards

Abhishek 

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