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Mac 10.15.7 update has killed Adobe Premiere Pro export speed

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Oct 02, 2020

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So I just updated my Mac to the latest software version, 10.15.7 (19H2) and it has killed my export media from Premiere speed. What "literally" minutes before updating took 30 secondsto export (No changes to anyting in Premiere) now takes 5 minutes. Any ideas or suggestions on how to fix, if at all?

 

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Ryan.

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Mac 10.15.7 update has killed Adobe Premiere Pro export speed

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So I just updated my Mac to the latest software version, 10.15.7 (19H2) and it has killed my export media from Premiere speed. What "literally" minutes before updating took 30 secondsto export (No changes to anyting in Premiere) now takes 5 minutes. Any ideas or suggestions on how to fix, if at all?

 

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Ryan.

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Roll your operating system back a version or two, and hope that fixes your problem

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not sure if it's still possible, but I strongly recommend that you create a bootable clone of your startup drive before doing any kind of update.  I use Carbon Copy Cloner

https://bombich.com/

If things go south when you update, it's simple to clone back to your start up drive and get back to work.  On my aging MacPro I've got an internal drive with the clone so it's just a few minutes to restart off the clone and get back to work.   The trick is to remember to update the clone before you do the software update.  Also, it provides backup if your startup drive fails...

 

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