I have the latest Premiere installed V22.3.1 (build 2) and I have been running into the video freezing when I fast-forward or rewind (pressing L or J) the only way to get out of it is to restart premiere. I saw a post about changing my memory setting to MEMORY from Performance, but this only worked for a little. This is very annoying and it started happening after the latest install. has anyone else run into this problem?
The video I am working with is 1280x720 23.98 AVCHD H.264 4:2:0 codec
with 3 audio tracks
My computer is a PC that is fully capable of handling this kind of video and has in the past.
I have a Dual 2.1Ghz processor with 64 Gigs of ram on windows 10
So is my processor out of date for this version?
You could say that.
Has been for quite some versions.
Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) Silver 4208 CPU @ 2.10GHz 2.10 GHz (2 processors)
Installed RAM 64.0 GB (63.6 GB usable)
I got this PC 2 years ago, does Adobe require you to not only upgrade their software but also the computer?
It's not a workstation processor, and there may have been a time where Xeon was the 'best' processor for PP, but that time has passed now. But it is an 8 core, 16 thread processor, so it should be useable. What GPU are you using?
I'm using a NVIDEA Quadro P2000. Should I be upgrading my GPU also?
Is there a CPU you really like that would last at least for the next 5-7 years?
I think the day has passed for Quadro's and Xeon's with PP.
I just updated my hardware with a new motherboard and processor, I went with an Intel 12900K and an MSI motherboard. I kept the 64gb from my previous build (2017) and also the graphics card (nvidia 1070) because they are kind of outrageous in price currently (but dropping finally).
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5-7 years? That is an utopia.
Here is my question. If it was working fine before the latest update, is it really my hardware or the update?
Guessing your machine cannot handle the update.