Premiere pro just crashes mid editing. It happenes 1-4 times a day. There is no warning there is no error report I just lose the work i have done before my last save. Autosave is set for 15 minutes, because it is really annoying when the autosave window pops up too often ( why not make it save on backround without interrupting work progress, like it is on final cut pro).
Usually have to redo 10 minutes of work.
As it is not a free app I dont, I hope this bug will be fixed soon.
I am using the intel version on M1 pro macbook pro (because the m1 version lacks some features and codecs I need for my workflow)
You can check /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ to see if a crash report was generated.
Depending on what you have on your timeline, running Premiere through Rosetta2 might be causing the issue. Is it not possible to change your workflow to accomodate the M1 Premiere version? Running Premiere natively instead of through a translater should certainly be more stable.
Would love to use the m1 native version, but I learned only after I tried to open my projects in m1 version that it lacks some features. First thing I needed to do was a DCP export, but to my suprise Export to Wraptor DCP in not supported. ( You can select wraptor dcp on intel version, but it does not work, just gives an error screen on frame 0, so someone should fix that) Anyways had to use an alternative program.
I also have a lot of graphics that are made with alpha that just show media offlie and say that cineform is not supported codec (they are not gopro files).
I use often need to use AAF export to share my projects with sound editors and color graders, and this is also not supported.
So it feels like the m1 version is not meant for proffesional use and the intel version is broken.
Its the new update. Every time, EVERY. DAMN. TIME. there is an update, Adobe releases it before they check how it will actually work. when version 15.4 came out, my computer started crashing so much I had to do a remote session with an Adobe tech. Version 22 is just as bad, they screwed up the connection between After Effects and Media Encoder, everyone is complaining about it, yet Adobe has yet to fix it, their solution is to do more steps than you had to before. I made the mistake of updating Premier to version 22.0 and have had 3 crashes this morning alone, but I can't convert my current project to the old version without losing days worth of work, so as soon as this project is finished I am downgrading back to the older version. Maybe if Adobe took the time to make sure the updates would work BEFORE they released, customers who pay good moeny for the program would be scrambling to salvage their projects every time it updates.