I'm having a horrible time here that's affecting a documentary I'm creating and several work projects. This is as bad as can be as I can't tell if my two hour+ are going to export correctly until it fails encode (and I have waited hours).
I'm running an Acer Predator Helios 300 with 64gb of ddr4 RAM, and a Nvidia 1060. My footage is from a GH5, and my clips are 4k, h264.
With the introduction of the latest update, I can no longer export my doc with color corrected files. I also can only export when I choose software only. On top of that, playback is extremely slow and when I choose to see the real media and not proxy (only one one project) it crashes my program monitor and makes me force close the program. Everything is slow, laggy, and gets hung up easily.
One of my problems is that I had to update my major project file to the current build, which means when I try and roll back to a previous Premiere build, I cannot open all of the work I have done.
Steps taken to resolve:
I have attempted rollback to no avail. I have completely removed and reinstalled not only everything Adobe related, but have actually taken my system back to factory standard and reinstalled Windows. I have uninstalled and reinstalled my video card with a clean build. Please help, this is really affecting my business.
Also, running an Intel i7, 7th gen processor
Also I've went ahead and reserved as little memory for other projects as I can and am running CUDA acceleration (I attempted the others but they worked even worse). All my settings within Nvidia are pointed at the program correctly. I'm really at a loss.
Do you have an integrated GPU as well as your discrete NVIDIA GPU? Let us know. It sounds like your integrated GPU is not being detected.
I do and when I run GPU sniffer it detects both.
Is it possible to disable this integrated GPU when using Premiere Pro via Control Panel settings? If so, please do so.
If you can't, it seems to be with certain laptops created these days where the iGPU is hardwired to the display so there is no way to disable it. I fear this may be the case for you, as it is for some other users in the same situation: Premiere Pro using Integrated and not Dedicated Graphics Card
If you simply cannot disable the iGPU, please file a bug: Premiere Pro: Hot (1839 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps
This problem is rarely found on desktop computers, FYI.
I am having a very similar issue, after the latest update premiere exhibits the same behavior as captured here. When I start an export of a project with color correction, my entire system locks up completely and I have to perform a hard reset.
AMD Threadripper 1950x
ASUS ROG x399 Zenith Extreme
4x8 GB G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3200
EVGA GTX 1080 ti SC2
This system doesn't have integrated graphics.
Yes, the integrated graphics does seem to be an issue, and one that may have been ongoing without my realizing it, but the real issues was me having to kill all Lumetri functions in order to export anything. The issue arose at the sametime as the introduction of Hardware encoding for me, and doesn't work with Software encoding either.
Check and update your Intel device driver. This issue might not occur with 18.104.22.16801 version of the Intel device driver.
Also, uncheck the option in Preferences>Media which says "Enable Hardware Accelerated Decoding"
Let us know if it helps.
Attempted to do it but the direct driver failed.