While editing, the playback won't stop.
That is right, you read correctly,
I hit play, and then cannot stop it.Keyboard no longer gets any result from any keys in Premiere.
Mouse moves fine, but nothing responds to clicks.
It plays as long as it wants, at least seven minutes, sometimes an hour.
When it stops it does whatever key clicks I entered, during its time as a runaway.
It will save, or open panels, or make markers, whatever keys I had pressed.
I was using wireless. Now I am using the second of two WIRED keyboards and a wired mouse.
Still same problem.
Impossible to edit like this.
This just happened now, while perfecting a three camera edit in Multicam.
I had just tweaked an edit point with the rolling edit tool in the middle of a 90 minute timeline.
Restarting the program, or rebooting makes no difference.
CC 2017 with Windows 7.
But I have experienced this with many earlier versions of PP.
This has happened in projects that are newly started as well as older projects.
ANY IDEAS ? This is something that is hard to search for due to being similar words as other problems.
Please, can anyone help me ?
not sure what tags to use on this post - its not about playback, its about NOT STOPPING playback
Thank you for this information. I am busy rolling back to 22.6.4 of Premiere Pro.
Will test it to see if this issue disappears from this version and report back here. I hope it resolves it as it is impossible to do multicam on Premiere Pro with this annoying issue.
@jenss69138457 Your solution WORKED! I went back to last yeart's version 22.6.4 of Premiere Pro and the problem was solved. In this version 22.6.4 the "Timeline WONT STOP playing" issue with multicam, no longer exists! Thanks a million!
I had to redo the whole project (resync, etc) as I could not import or open the latest problematic Premiere Pro's project file in the older version of Premiere Pro BUT it was worth it!
Let's hope @Adobe reads this as the problem of the timeline which does not want to stop playing in multicam, does NOT appear in version 22.6.4.
Thanks again! I am going to stay on version 22.6.4 until Adobe sorts this serious issue out!
Mod note: Edited for content.
In the future, if you ever have to open your project in an older version of Premiere, you can convert it. There's lots of tutorials out there showing how to do it, but here's a YouTube video explaining it: https://youtu.be/BFh0hVsQZyg
Very happy to help you 😄 Honestly i did some hours of cutting and i had tiny problems with this versions, too. But not comparable to the situation before.
Btw. you can downgrade your PremierePro file here: http://downgrader.elements.tv/ -> upload your file, download your file and open it with premiere 2022 and it will then transform it into a 2022 file. This works for me. I cant say anything about this website and safety, but it works for me.
Best wishes from germany!
I am so sorry that some of you are still experiencing this bug in current versions. I appreciate everyone that wrote constructive posts and commentary. Unfortunately, the Premiere Pro team does not respond in this user-to-user forum, but they do read the Bug Reports and Ideas forums. Please address them there.
For action on this bug, please upvote and make further comments on this bug report. That would be the best thing we can do as a community. As a community manager here, I will also advocate for the issue. My apologies once more if you are affected by this issue.
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