This version is for me crashing constantly to a point where it's impossible to work with it. My computer is up to date and is running hardware that is more than enough to run premiere.
64 GB ram DDR4 3200 MHz
MSI GeForce RTX 3080 SUPRIM X 10G
MSI MPG Z490 GAMING CARBON WIFI
Windows 10 Home - 21H2 - 19044.1586
It's ludicrus that premiere don't work better, especially when running a computer that have enough power. Is there anything I can do or is it simply Adobe who done a wopsie?
Make sure to use the latest Studio Driver from NVIDIA (NOT the Game Driver).
Yeah, I'm running 511.65 and that should be the latest.
It's only a 1080p project so should be just fine with resources on the computer.
But I did notice that this only happen if I change position, opacity etc on a clip, image, text or other element while running the prewiev. I don't see any spikes in the recourses when this happen.
But as long I don't make changes to things while I'm playing the clip the program seems to run just fine. Not maybe a huge deal but it feels as if it's something I should be able to do? I'm sure that this habit have been there for a long time
But as long I don't make changes to things while I'm playing the clip the program seems to run just fine.
I've never tried editing while the timeline was playing. I'll have to try it when I'm at my editing computer.
I guess it's like the old joke about the patient telling the doctor, "It hurts when I do this..."
Yeah, it's a "simple" fix with just change a habit. Can narrow it down to nouicence and save more freaquently