Does anyone know why Premiere Pro wont run on MacOS Sonoma on my laptop? Is it just not compatable yet or is there a problem that needs fixing? Everything worked fine until I updated my Mac last week. Thanks
Thanks very much. Do we know how long it usually takes for them to sort it?
Adobe will tell you when its ready.
Same thing happened to me. Surely Premiere 24 DOES NOT WORK on iMac, very annoying, it keeps crashing.
Today I have a huge delivery. Now what?
Thanks for your reply.
Unfortunately it is not a sharing/permissions problem.
I reinstalled Sedona and then Premiere 24 and it worked for a couple of days without crashing. Today it colsed unexpectedly though (while switching from the audio to the edting workspace). It got better but I can't say the problem is solved.
Thanks for your support.
There should be some updates from Apple soon that is sure to fix some of these issues. You are also welcome to roll back to an earlier version of macOS, if possible. Please let us know how it goes.
Sorry for my bad english...:/
I have an other issue with Sonoma/Premiere, the app doesn't want to launch, the system tells me the app is broken or something like that, reinstalled couple of times and it keeps saying that.
I'm trying to install an older Premiere version but i can't install an other OS, just bought the new mbp with Sonoma installed....
In fact, it is compatible...., i just installed the previois version of Premiere and it works fine.
I'll update to the latest when it will be compatible.
Adobe released Premiere 24.0.3 but it doesn't seem to fix the Sonoma compatibilty issue. Can anyone else confirm?
Sonoma really should be working OK. Sorry for the frustration. I'll update to check on the issue.
There is one known issue and it is an Apple related one: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/multi/macos-sonoma-permission-issue.html. Let me know if that doc solves your problem.
Please keep in mind that any update to the OS also means you need to go to System Preferences and adjust the Privacy & Security settings. Furthermore, it helps to reset preferences and delete all media cache for the new version of Premiere Pro. If it is legacy projects giving you trouble, see if a brand new project exhibits the same issues for an easy sanity check.
I hope that info helps you with Premiere Pro 24.0 and macOS Sonoma.
Dear Kevin, thank you so much for the hints. I haven't yet updated to Sonoma. I really would like to, but I don't want to start a journey of trying to fix things afterwards so I'm cheking routinely until Adobe claims officially it works 🙂
My issue is that Premiere won't get past the loading screen. I thought it was a known issue. I've tried a clean install of Premiere, including manually deleting all caches and preference files.