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Since updating to the newest Adobe Premiere Pro today (Nov 12 2021), I'm getting an error when using JKL on the timeline to move backwards or forwards at 2X speed or more, it causes the playback to keep going, but I can't stop it.
Spacebar, or clicking does nothing and I have to wait 5-10 seconds and then it stops, but now i'm way down the timeline from where I want to be.
I've never had this happen before on this editing system.
I've got updated drivers and Windows as of today as well.
We're sorry to hear about this. Is this happening with any specific project or all the projects? Also, have you tried resetting app preferences & checked if it's working properly?
This problem is also occuring for me in all projects with the new update. Whenever I use the shuttle function, audio playback will continue for seconds or minutes after trying to stop. I can click to other panels and even save projects, but audio playback will continue. Pressing the STOP button doesn't have any effect. Resetting app preferences does not solve the issue.
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Are you working with any different kind of media than usual? Sounds like unoptimized media playback issues. If you normally work with this stuff without any issue then it could be version-related and you might want to roll back to 2021.
Another thing to try is turning off Hardware Accelerated Decoding in Preferences > Media.
This is probably a bug in v22.0 given the recent discussion posts on the forum, as well as a bug report on the UserVoice feedback page. I am expereincing the same issues with H.264 mp4 files (same sequence settings) which I usually have no issue with.
I will say that disabling hardware accelerated decoding does help. I've noticed a reduction in the amount of freezing; however the issue is still present.
We're reporting this to our engineering team for investigation. Could you share the following information with me so they can try to reproduce the behavior?
1. What did you use to record your footage? What kind of footage is it?
2. Would you be able to share the .prproj file by uploading it to a share service like Google Drive or Dropbox? We don't need the media, just the .prproj
3. What workspace do you typically work in?
Thanks, sorry for the frustration!
Not OP, but I am dealing with the same issues, so I will respond with my experience.
Thank you so much for answering these questions!
Is there anything on one sequence/timeline that isn't on the other? Any effects or graphics?
Our engineers haven't been able to reproduce this yet but we're cranking away at it. Thanks again!