I have been having several issues with a multi-camera source timeline the past couple of days, and I have finally discovered the source of pretty much all the issues.
It's a performance bug in Premiere that cannot handle displaying many audio waveforms at once. Once I turn the audio waveform display off, the performance is very good. Still a little flickery, which has always been the case with CC, and which is something Adobe seems to have decided not important enough to ever address, but
that's for another day.
Things that are fixed by turning waveforms off:
Here's a video demonstration:
Adobe, please fix.
I have, yes. This is on a fresh installation, with no plugins, dedicated media cache SSD, and project imported into new.
We have exactly the same problems here. On Windows and OSX.
Indeed, when the audio waveforms are turned off, it works smoothly but it's really annoying to work without waveforms.
Please Adobe, fix this !!!
In the newest update 13.1.5, this issue seems to have been resolved. It was the first thing I tested after updating, and the performance is now good. Things are still extremely flickery, but at least everything works as expected.
I just want to jump in and say I'm experiencing this, even after updating to 13.1.5 - and it's driving me a little insane! Any other ideas?
Resetting all the preferences and workspaces.... then downloaded the saved settings from the cloud worked for me, Thanks.
Three years further, and they still didn't fix it. Sometimes you wonder, do they even test their own products.