Choppy Premiere

Community Beginner ,
Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021

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Hey All. This Morning I woke up to edit in Premiere and when I Open and proceed to play the footage it is hella choppy. My computer is more than capable of playing back footage at full quality but even at the lower qualities 1/8 it still is choppy. Running windows 10 64 bit. Ive Tried uninstalling and reinstalling no luck and Ive also tried powering down and restarting. Anyone have a fix? I opened up after effects and its working perfectly fine so im assuming its the softway of premiere but not sure how to fix it.

 

Computer Specs:

Nvidia RTX 3080

128 GB Ram

AMD 3900

Tachi 12 core 

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Editing, Error or problem, Freeze or hang, How to, Performance

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Community Beginner , Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021
So I think I figured it out. Its my Audio preference that is slowing it down. Yesterday I installed my audio directly into the monitor board from my case so i could use the audio jack from my casing instead of the back of my mother board. When I toggled back and forth my premiere would work fine when my headphones wernt plugged into my casing. Its weird but I guess I fixed it haha Im assuming the particular port doesnt have enough power to communicate with the program almost like bluetooth.

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Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021

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I am having the exact same issue. It is dropping frames out of the video and making it impossible to use the program.

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Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021

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Yea the crazy thing is I was just using premiere yesterday So I don't know what couldve caused this.

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So I think I figured it out. Its my Audio preference that is slowing it down. Yesterday I installed my audio directly into the monitor board from my case so i could use the audio jack from my casing instead of the back of my mother board. When I toggled back and forth my premiere would work fine when my headphones wernt plugged into my casing. Its weird but I guess I fixed it haha Im assuming the particular port doesnt have enough power to communicate with the program almost like bluetooth.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021

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Good going! 🙂

That fix is posted around here on various threads and comes in handy when really strange behavior like that, and an unobvious solution.

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Jan 02, 2021 Jan 02, 2021

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It sounds weird that it worked but I have mentioned that installing ASIO4ALL drivers can sometimes help for choppy playback. Perhaps other people can benifit from your findings.

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