Sometimes, it returns when I switch windows, and then return to Pp. But sometimes, I have to restart Pp. Definitely not a file issue - more like UI issue. My Pp is automatically updated on Macbook M1. It's been happening enough times that I now have to report.
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Could you let us know which version of Premiere Pro you're currently working on? Are you having this issue with specific source files or all files? If possible, could you share a screen recording of this issue?
Hi Ishan! My Pp is aautomatically updated, so this one is latest. but I've had this issue even during previous updates. I'm having this issue in all sequences within one file (i only have one file. all my projects are in there) - but all sequences experience this. I could share a screen shot if it happens again today. It happen during random times. My solution usually is just to change windows, say, I go to chrome, then when i get back to premiere, it usually gets fixed. Yesterday though, I had to restart my computer.
Thanks for sharing the screenshot. Are you experiencing this issue with specific audio file types? Could you confirm if your current version of Premiere Pro is 22.6.2? Also, could you check if there are any OS updates available?
so you're saying the waveforms disappear from the timeline?
Personally I don't think it's a good idea to automatically update. Can be dangerous in the middle of a project, although you can revert to an earlier version if necessary..
I had a lot of problems working with a first generation m1 laptop... You might try using the intel version. I've done that before an update fixed my issue... May lose some speed, but worth a shot. Here's a webpage I found telling you how to do it