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Community Beginner ,
Oct 17, 2021 Oct 17, 2021

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It's not working in Windows 11. Don't change to Windows 11 yet, Adobe hasn't made it work yet. I try to export video. It works for a while and freezes. It gets up to about 15% done and stops there. 
Fix the probem. there's nothing wrong with my computer.

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Oct 17, 2021 Oct 17, 2021

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Switching to a new OS the week it comes out is not generally a wise thing to do. It's better to wait a while until the difficulties migrating have been handled. Yea, that's a pain if you're buying a new computer right after the OS is released. But still wise in general.

 

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Feb 24, 2022 Feb 24, 2022

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Just update to Windows 11 for work.
Premiere is as sluggish as hell.

Output wise, a very simple 4 minute film with a few titles and only 6 clips, no corrections and some fades, outputting at 1080p that used to take maybe 5-8 minutes on Windows 10 is taking 6 hours and 19 minutes!!!

Latest Premiere, latest Windows 11, Core i9 9900k at 5ghz, 64 gb ram, RTX 2080, NMVME drives...
just horrible. And yes, it's set to use GPU rendering. 
Why do we bother?

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