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premiere scratch disk keeps resetting to same as production

Community Beginner ,
May 30, 2024 May 30, 2024

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Hey I'm working in production workflow in Premiere 24.3.0 

 

My premiere scratch disk keeps resetting to same as production which is wreaking havoc with my lucid link workflow. I really need my scratch disk to stay set to my external SSD.

 

on a Mac Studio M1 Ultra.  with 128 gigs of ram Mac os 13.6.1 Ventura

 

Any Ideas. this is driving me a little insane.

I've rebooted, deleted prefs, cleared caches... nothing works

 

Thanks!!

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Adobe Employee , May 30, 2024 May 30, 2024

Are you collaborating with other editors using the Production? If so, you'll need to set the scratch disk location somewhere where everyone can see it, like on LucidLink. Otherwise what happens is you set it somewhere local that their system can't see, so then their copy of Premiere Pro sets it back to the default since it can't find your location.

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Adobe Employee , May 30, 2024 May 30, 2024

Thanks, Matt!

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Are you collaborating with other editors using the Production? If so, you'll need to set the scratch disk location somewhere where everyone can see it, like on LucidLink. Otherwise what happens is you set it somewhere local that their system can't see, so then their copy of Premiere Pro sets it back to the default since it can't find your location.

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I was afraid of that.  Adobe might want to consider an option that allows different users to use different scratch-disk now that we live in a world of remote workflows. Its really useful NOT to render to the remote disk because a lot of people are editing in relatively low bandwidth situations... especially up-loading It's ok that everyone needs to re-render to their own disk. But sending your disposable cache files to the cloud is really a waste of resources. 

 

A lot of internet providers are only giving people 40mbps up no matter how much your willing to pay. A lot of those resources are really needed for things like live sessions of getting critical files onto the servers.

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Thanks, Matt!

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