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Every Format Of A Render Is Completely Choppy - Less Than 24 Hours Ago Everything Fine

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Nov 19, 2020

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Last night I began working on a new project with the usual template. I remembered there being an update to Adobe Premiere Pro but thought nothing of it. I simply cannot render any type of video at the moment without it being utterly useless, choppy, stuttering, etc. Tried multiple file types, deleted cache, set for performance, matched source file, etc. 

 

I just completely a 38 minute film with literally the same settings as currently being used and it worked fine less than 24 hours ago. 

Anyone else having similar issues without changing any preferences at all?

 

Computer Specs - Ryzen 3950X - Radeon VII - 32 DDR4 - Windows 10 Pro - 64 Bit - Samsung NVME Drive  and Samsung SSD. 

File Types Being Used - HEVC 10 Bit From Fuji Film XT3

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Every Format Of A Render Is Completely Choppy - Less Than 24 Hours Ago Everything Fine

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Nov 19, 2020

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Last night I began working on a new project with the usual template. I remembered there being an update to Adobe Premiere Pro but thought nothing of it. I simply cannot render any type of video at the moment without it being utterly useless, choppy, stuttering, etc. Tried multiple file types, deleted cache, set for performance, matched source file, etc. 

 

I just completely a 38 minute film with literally the same settings as currently being used and it worked fine less than 24 hours ago. 

Anyone else having similar issues without changing any preferences at all?

 

Computer Specs - Ryzen 3950X - Radeon VII - 32 DDR4 - Windows 10 Pro - 64 Bit - Samsung NVME Drive  and Samsung SSD. 

File Types Being Used - HEVC 10 Bit From Fuji Film XT3

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Ryan, 
Sorry about this. You might delete media cache. Choose File > Close All Projects. Then, head to Media Cache preferences to clear them out. Relaunch Premiere Pro. Hopefully, that will work for you. If not, let us know.

 

Thank You,

Kevin

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are you saying you did an update?  If so, revert to the previous version for the time being

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