I am having serious issues with 15.1 on two PCs that are almost identical in setup. These issues do NOT exists in 15.0.
First, naviagting the timeline is erratic. Moving cips forward and back is almost impossible. They do not show a preview while moving them. I can not move an audio tracks volume keyframes smoothly. When dragging they just bounce all over the place. I also often loose the ability to select clips in the timeline on any track. I have to click an item in my bin in order to "unlock" the timeline and then I can select a different clip. Also moving theplayhead is extremly lagging and the preview monitor will just lock up.
I've tried restting workspace, clearing cahe and memory disk and resetting preferences. Nothing changes the above behaviour. Again NONE of these isse exist for my in Premiere 15.0
AMD Ryzen 3950x
32 GB RAM
Nvidia RTX 2070 (461.40)
970 EVO Plus 250GB NVMe (OS and App drive)
addlink M.2 PCIE G3x4 NVMe 1TB (storage drive used for Adobe Cache files)
Wow ... that's bizarre.
You can revert to 15.0, it's fine, but then go up to 15.1, and it's wonky. Have you tried uninstalling 15.x and reinstalling? Especially with the Adobe CC Cleaner tool perhaps?
Sure have, except the cleaner tool. Not sure how that would make any difference on the UI performance. Since it is happening on two PCs, I doubt it is a random preference issue..
Not sure if anyone else has this issue. I have a buddy with a similar spec machine, I'll get him to test it as well.
I'm having this same issue since last update.
after some time using the program, my timeline starts to stop working and i can't click and move any footage. I have to click at the top bar or the timeline below program preview to move the clips, and i can't see the clips moving either.
i tried everything you tried and i am with the same issue. i can't work proprely with this.
I just tried 15.2 and it has the exact same issue at 15.1. I rolled back to 15.0 and AGAIN 15.0 works just fine!
We are looking into this.
This is likely related to audio waveform drawing. Please try one of followings to workaround this issue.
- Disable the waveform drawing in timeline (at the timeline wrench icon > disable "Show Audio Waveform").
- Render Audio (Sequence menu > Render Audio)
Speaking of wavefrom re-draw issues, this brings up another issue. When we zoom into the time line the waveform shifts. It turns out, the zoomed out version waverform is NOT in sync with the video, but when we zoom way in, it is. We have to cut our interviews at full zoom in order to not cut at the wrong place. The waveform at a zoomed out level is inaccutate an practically useless. Extremely time consuming and frustrating.
How are you? Hope we can help you fix this bug. Do you have any nested audio in your timeline? What happens if you remove the audio from the timeline?
Nope. No nested audio. Just simply .mp4 clips provided by the client edited on a single timeline. We got around the issue this time by uploading the clips to Vimeo and then downloading their highest quality version and using those. Running the clips through Media Compressor to any fomat did not help.
No I have'nt yet. I can try them tomorrow and report back.