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Recently upgraded to macOS Catalina, but today when I added a "Change To Color" effect to a clip, I was greeted with the following pop-up, asking if Premiere Pro could record my screen content, even when not using the app.
Obviously this is a pretty big permission to grant, but Change To Color doesn't seem to be working properly whether I enable or disable the permission. Any ideas if this could be linked?
P.S. as I proof-read this post I noticed that Premiere needs an update - I'm updating now and will remove/close this post if it does fix the issue.
It is not necessary that you delete it just let us know how you solved it.
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Very strange, Premiere is not even capable to do screenrecording.
I just got the same alert - as well as in Photoshop the other day. Using latest updates + Catalina
I have also gotten this message several times over the last year or so. Today, again, os big sur 11.6
I have no adobe apps running at the moment, except for creative cloud. Adobe apps are all updated.
Anyone have an explanation?
Maybe the operating system is confusing a request to connect to the internet as a request to capture the screen?
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On the new Mac operating system you get this. It is asking for access to a screen, drive area etc. Not actually recording a video of it.
It seems like it could be worded better.