Hi all, I'm having a strange issue since the Feb 11th update (22.2.0)...
Adobe Premiere Pro works completely fine as long as I don't change workspaces. As soon as I change the workspace (doesn't matter which one), Premiere begins to lag (everything from selecting clips to applying effects to scrollin in the timeline becomes slow).
I've tried reinstalling, clearing media cache, and resetting preferences. Nothing has fixed this issue. I'm running a 2019 Macbook Pro 16" i9, so computer speed is not the issue. It was working completely fine before the update. Any ideas?
do you have any other applicatiosn running in the background?
you mentioned that you reset the preferences, how did you do that?
i know you tried many workspaces, but when on the Essential Graphics one,
did you try to click on the 'Edit' button innstead of 'Browse'?
There are no new applications running in the background since Feb 11.
I reset preferences by "option + shift" while premiere starts, which prompts me "do you want to reset preferences?" and I pressed "yes"
And what do you mean? Are you suggesting I keep the "essential graphics" panel set to "edit" rather than "browse", like this?
try to reset the conflicting workspace to saved layout
I tried that - no luck.
Same issue here. Fully specced MacBook Pro 16" M1 max 64GB. Runs smoothtly untill a change is made to the workspace. After changing something to the workspace, the whole interface lags and becomes completely unworkable. After restart everything is fine again.
Are you willing to test this with a few of the default workspaces? That is, change to a default workspace and see if the lag occurs. If it doesn't, then make a change to that workspace and see if the lag returns. If it doesn't, then you'll probably need to delete the old custom workspace and re-create it in the new version.
If changing a default workspace reintroduces the lag, then we need to look at your graphics and monitor setup.
Thanks for your reply. Switching between default workspaces gives the same problem. After restarting the application it's all fine. Also resetting to default workspace doesn't help. Once the lag is there, the only solution seemt to be a restart.
Try running Pr under Rosetta one time. During that time, see if the lag issues persist. If they don't, then you may be able to get no lag when you return to running Pr natively. A few users have been able to solve native Pr on Apple silicon problems by running at least one time under Rosetta.
Already tried that ass well, unfortunately without any results.
Do you have any external monitors connected to your MBP?
What happens if you restrict Pr to one screen or the other?
Yes, the MBP is connected to a 27" 4K LG monitor via usb-c. I just found out that the problem only occurs on the external monitor. I already tried different screen resolutions but that didn't helped either.
Have you tried connecting the external with DisplayPort or HDMI and an appropriate <protocol>-to-USB-C adapter?
The USB to USB thing may be the bottleneck.
Greetings friends. Yes I have the same problem in my macbook pro 16" 2019 I7, 16 RAM and SSD. This ran perfectly until the last update. If I make a little change at the work space in the base monitor of my macbook instantly coming the lag. Please we need solution soon in order to that make late our work.