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Premiere Pro version: 22.6.2
OS: Win 11
GPU: Nvidia 3070
Origional clips are 1920x1080 .mp4 container and the proxies are 1280x720 prores. This looks like a bug, because I can play both the origional clip and the proxy fine with no lag, but I can't play the clip when it has an "attached proxy".
Here is a 3minute video of me reproducing the issue. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvxKJuPz9z0
Weird, Robby. Sorry about that. Which GPU driver are you running? If it's not 522. xx or earlier, perform a clean reinstallation of the earlier version of the driver. Let us know if that gets you going again.
Hi, @Kevin-Monahan I've rolled back my driver version, but I am still having the same problem.
Try an earlier driver. Others are suggesting 517. xx I am running 516. xx.
Hi @Kevin-Monahan I've rolled back my driver version again, but I am still having the same problem.
Oh, too bad. Sorry. The solution for the same issue in the past was to transcode the source media. I am not an engineer, but I assume that the overhead for playback of a clip with a proxy might be higher than playing those clips back individually. I'd have to ask an engineer to verify that.
I'm curious. Where do these HD clips come from, a DSLR? My DSLR also creates heavy H.264 files, so a lack of performance due to non-optimized media is possible.