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The monitor uses the Philips 242E Gaming monitor.
This monitor supports G-Sync compatible, but it is not NVIDIA's officially compatible G-SYNC.
We've searched a lot of results in the community, or we've looked at Reddit, and we've found that 3D settings are "fixed playback frequency."
I said I could do it, but I knew that even if I set it like that, it could cause blinking.
It didn't seem to solve the problem unless G-SYNC compatibility was turned off.
Do you happen to know the perfect solution?
This problem occurs not only in Premiere but also in PhotoshopIn Photoshop, the recognition of G-SYNC could be changed to normal by disabling the canvas.
Is there any way to disable G-SYNC in Adobe program?
Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > Adobe Premiere Pro > Vertical Sync and change this setting from 'Use the 3D application Settings' to 'On'.
Hmm... it's the same no matter how you change the vertical sync.
Monitor Technology - Fixed Refresh Rate
Vertical Sync - On/Fast/Adapt
Default refresh rate - maximum available
No matter how different the vertical sync part was, nothing changed.
After searching several communities, I have seen that monitors that are VA panels can cause problems.
I guess I'll just have to turn off G-SYNC.