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So, I'm having major problems editing. I can import fine, and edit fine, but any clips I play in Premiere Pro are playing in fast forward with choppy audio. I've looked online, but it's really hard to find any results when the issue has to do with speed, all I get back are "How to speed up or slow down clips" but the clips are fine, after export things play normally, it's the actual Premiere Pro player that is the issue. The only people I've seen with this issue online seem to have fixed it in the Audio Hardware preferences, but none of them actually say what they did to fix it, and I haven't found anything in it that fixed it. (Switching from MME to ASIO seemed to fix the play speed, but then I had no audio at all)
My computer should have zero issues running... anything.
AMD A10-7700k Radeon R7, 10 compute cores 4C+6G 3.40GHZ
AMD Radeon R9 380 4GB
32 gigs of Ram
I really need to figure this out, video editing is a major part of my school assignments. Anyone have any suggestions. I've tried everything I can find.
None of this worked for me. I changed the playback quality to FULL and then back to 1/2, and it playing at the correct speed again... oof.
Indeed Changing the input to none worked. This is also part of a Solution I needed in order for Premiere to work with Splashtop as ASIO won't work so you need to be in MME. But then everything sped up for me depending on the latency I chose 120 was normal speed but choppy audio. 200 was good audio but super fast. Changing the Default input to None in the Audio Hardware was a lifesaver. Thank you.
So i have a trouble with my Premiere Pro CC 2019 And My TRIAL Premiere Pro 2020.
My video priview is playing on FAST FORWARDING on my PREMIERE PRO CC 2019.
After that i claimed my trial PREMIERE PRO 2020 and i have the same trouble like my PREMIERE PRO CC 2019
And after i follow @beach_multimedia1 solution my PREMIERE PRO CC 2019 not working.
worked for me as well. Thank you.
Wow, I can't believe this worked. Thank you so much.
You sir, need a medal.
OMG..... ty sooo much
Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. I could cry. I've been trying to fix this for a month!
Have this happened to me today and the old trick of changing audio hardware didn't change anything..... Another solution I found was to put your playback quality to full instead of 1/2 or 1/4 , that might help!
Audio Input issue worked, thanks so much , that was doing my head in.