Mercury playback engine gpu acceleration greyed out

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Mar 09, 2022 Mar 09, 2022

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I have the brand new macbook pro max fully upgraded. My project for some reason recently has just been super laggy. ill open it up & then when i skim through the timeline all of a sudden the playback will freeze. I have all other funcitons in premeire but the playback on the computer wont work. Im trying to see if i can change the Render & Playback settings but its greyed out i cant figure out why. Ive tried opening a new project but its the same thing. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 09, 2022 Mar 09, 2022
That setting is enabled by default if running Premiere Pro as Apple silicon native. While Premiere Pro is closed, get into on the application in the Finder and enable "Open using Rosetta".  You'll then be able to change that project setting.

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That setting is enabled by default if running Premiere Pro as Apple silicon native.

 

While Premiere Pro is closed, get into on the application in the Finder and enable "Open using Rosetta".  You'll then be able to change that project setting.

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