Since the latest update Premiere Pro (v15.0) is extremely slow sometimes and not usable at all. Main issues are interface errors, where they are not shown or take very long to load.
For example when I want to switch from one editing tab (Editing) to (Graphics) it doesn't make the switch. I waited once to see if it would load at some point, and it did, after 5 minutes... And when loaded the interface there wasn't usable at all, because of slow load times.
I added an image of the tab interface not loading at all.
Playback is not affected and works for 4K footage without proxys. I can't switch the tabs though and sometimes also not open new windows in the same tab. Overlays in the timeline are also not shown like visual snapping feedback and preview of transitions.
What I've done:
- Restart PC and Premiere Pro multiple times
- Clear Media Cache
- Change Media Cache location to bigger drive (Over 1TB free)
Editing worked before without any problems, what could be the problem?
Resetting the preferences helped.
Start Premiere Pro with Alt pressed to reset them.
Let's hope this solved the issue.
After continuing to edit today, the interface is lagging again. A rerender of the interface is triggered when I resize the Adobe Premiere screen, but that is just a bad workaround.
Anybody got any ideas how to fix this issue for good?
Same with me here 😕 the lagging of my Playhead or the whole UI is so annoying and makes it really unusable.
I got a bug where every 2-3 minutes, my windows aren't "clickable" - When I hit ctrl+s to quick save everything turns back to normal...for the next few seconds until I play my Video again.
I'm on Windows 10 with AMD Ryzen 9 3900x - 64GB RAM - and everything's running on M.2 SSDs
Really don't know where the problem is 😕
...forgot to say I'm working with 2 Monitors on 1080p... but that shouldn't be a problem either, should it?
I'm with the same problem. I was wondering if was my notebook, an Acer Nitro 5, but your pc is way more powerful, so I discarded that possibility.
I'm also using 2 monitors 1080p. I tried to unplug, reset, basically did everything I could, and premiere still running slow.
still having the same problem?
same thing here
I have 128 Ram, great perfomance overall, and Premiere is just useless.
This isn't just a minor issue. It's a major issue that has nothing to do with caches, drives etc.
Literally, it feels like the main menu was being run by a 30 year old processor. Sometimes it takes 10 clicks to save my project, and 10 attempts to see the File or Edit drop down menu.
Any chance Adobe can help?