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Mouse and Project Lag caused by GSYNC

Explorer ,
Oct 21, 2020

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Hey guys, just wanted to post about a problem that I have solved. My copy of Premiere was lagging really hard. Not the video playback, but the mouse. It was really hurting my head. It was milliseconds behind where it was supposed to be. I have a 120Hz monitor and it was at like 20Hz. I didn't know what was causing it, I tried everything, and finally found that turning off GSYNC fixed it.

 

Is Premiere looking into this? I would love to have GSYNC on, but it really hobbles Premiere on my Windows 10 system running on a GeForce 1070. So if you're having problems, check your GSYNC or Adaptive Sync settings.

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Mouse and Project Lag caused by GSYNC

Explorer ,
Oct 21, 2020

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Hey guys, just wanted to post about a problem that I have solved. My copy of Premiere was lagging really hard. Not the video playback, but the mouse. It was really hurting my head. It was milliseconds behind where it was supposed to be. I have a 120Hz monitor and it was at like 20Hz. I didn't know what was causing it, I tried everything, and finally found that turning off GSYNC fixed it.

 

Is Premiere looking into this? I would love to have GSYNC on, but it really hobbles Premiere on my Windows 10 system running on a GeForce 1070. So if you're having problems, check your GSYNC or Adaptive Sync settings.

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