Lumetri Color Panel Unresponsive - Premiere Pro CC 2021

Community Beginner ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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I'm extremely frustrated with Premiere. I'm finalizing a video for a client that needs to get done today, but the Lumetri Color Panel is unresponsive. I'm using the default "Color" workspace on just one monitor (I had a second but wasn't sure if that was part of the problem). Intel i9-10900k 3.7ghz, 64gb RAM, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070. The issues are as follows (they occur individually for the most part):

 

- have clip selected in timeline, but Lumetri shows a different clip selected

- Lumetri panel greyed out

- Lumetri panel NOT greyed out, but unresponsive (tabs won't open, sliders won't move, etc,)

- it won't let me select another clip in the timeline. I have to save the project, and then it'll allow me to select a different clip

 

 EVENTUALLY, it decides to work long enough for me to fix a clip, but it's completely bogging down my workflow and output schedule.

 

I'm really losing patience with Premiere. The program's lack of consistency is hurting my work and my income, and that's unacceptable for a product that costs over $500/yr. 

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Wow, that's bad. And puzzling. I'm trying to figure out even what could be an issue there. It's been rock solid for me.

 

What driver are you using for the GPU? If it's a 'game-ready' driver, dump it and use a Studio driver. That's the one thing that is always an issue with Nvidia cards.

 

I would also suggest creating a new project, copy and paste the sequence into the new project, and see if that works.

 

Neil

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Thanks for the tips Neil. Unfortunately those did not work (although I did have Nvidia on the gaming driver, so thanks!)

 

It randomly started working long enough for me to finish the project, however, I'm now on another project and it is happening once again 😐

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Dang.

 

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May 26, 2021 May 26, 2021

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I am having the same issue.

 

On both my laptop and Desktop.

 

My Desktop has an RX480, my laptop has an RTX 2060. Both have different projects open. Only thing really in common is CC 2021.

 

I cannot minimise effects in the effects control panel. Some variables are unadjustable.

 

Incredibly frustrating.

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That must be a problem installation or something, odd you have it on both computers. As this is not something happening across the user base

 

For additional data, what media (and created by what), what media storage, and what effects are you using?

 

Neil

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