I have been encountering glitches in playback while trying to speed ramp over 800%. The project is being edited by a windows user and then he is archiving the project and sending it to me where I then open it and finish it. The glitch happens during any playback or scrubbing in the timeline and it is glitching to an entirely different clip than the one I am trying to ramp.
I have deleted all of the cache files and have even tried starting a brand new cache file for the project but nothing seems to fix it. I have been working with this windows editor and this workflow for over a year and have never encountered this until the most recent projects. We are both running CC 2020. Any advice or possible solutions would be greatly appreciated. I have attached a sample of the glitch below.
Does the problem remain if you render the clip?
I had a very similar problem with speed ramping, but when I exported the video the glitch wasnt there in the export. Try rendering the clip on your timeline and see if that helps!!
Upon export, It does playback correctly. But I'm not going export the project every time I want to see how a ramp works haha.
Having a simliar problem, mines happens when when simply scrubbing thru a clip. footage starts to glitch out and will show the wrong frame until i unclick, then the correct frame appears Just started happening in the last month. Im on a macbook pro usinng most up to date version PP 2020 btw.
Yup, My issue started around the same time and I am on 27" Mac on 10.14.6 OS. Premiere CC 2020
We're sorry about this. We are aware of a similar issue. Please let us know the exact version of Premiere Pro that you are using. Also, try this workaround and check if it works. For the sections where you need more than 800% change (for example1600%), try nesting the clip/section with 800% change and then apply the 200% change on the nested clip. Let us know if it helps.
Thank you for the response. I am running Premiere 14.0.3 on MacOS 10.14.6. I tried the nesting technique and did manager to get some playback while it seems to still lag once it starts to reach a higher "buffer rate" (Not sure what the terminology is here but if I start the playback further ahead of the ramp I get the glitch but if I start right before the ramp it works most of the time). I have attached a video below to show you and this will certainly work for now until you guy get it fixed on your end. thank you for all your hard work and such a great product!
I'm also experiencing this playback issue with speed ramping, making it practically impossible to edit efficiently.
Has a bugfix been released for this yet?
I have exactly the same problem, if I set the speed above 800% my preview image is going crazy. It is almost impossible to edit like this. Very annoying!
Working on: 8-Core MacBook Pro // Pro Vega 16 // OS 10.15.6 // PP 14.3.0
Almost a year has passed since the 2020 release and still no fix for this very important issue. I have been working in 2019 version because there is no fix for this. Speed ramping and time manipulations are an essential technique for the modern video editor, all my edits have that in one way or another.
I am very concerned about the future of Premiere, in no time we will have the 2021 version and this very basic feature is not fixed. And when the 2021 version is released we cannot install anymore the 2019 version, since we can only install the previous version. I am deeply concerned with this and this issue is jeopardizing my usage and continuation in the Adobe Suite. Considering DaVinci Resolve seriously, didnt change yet because I dont have time to learn new software, and thats the main reason Adobe has still many clients, because of the familiarity of the software and people using it for several years now.
For 2 or 3 times I have contacted support, wich they tell me that are aware of this issue and still, after several updates the problem is still there.
I AM VERY UNPLEASED AND ANGRY WITH THIS!!
STOP IMPLEMENTING NEW FEATURES AND FIX THIS F...ING VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM!
Hello Decon and fellow editors,
I will make sure the bug is on the radar for the team. Sorry for the frustration.
i think this report is not the same issue we're dealing with here. When speed is set over 800% the playback "jumps" to a COMPLETE different section of the same or even another Clip. It is not just a "chopy playback". 799% works fine (at least while playing back. scrubbing through makes also this issue)
I'm also having the same issue.
I have a.
Core i9 7xxx
Geoforce 2060 super 8gb
And everything works fine till 799% ramping but at 800% everything goes crazy.
I have subscription..so I'm on the latest version of Premiere.
Proxis doesn't help, stay the same issue.
7 months since I started this feed. Still no fix. unbelievable.
After this week update still no fix. 10/2020 (14.5.0)
I am changing to DaVinci Resolve.
Still problems with interpreted footage and proxies with speed ramps.
STILL having this same issue with my speed ramping and it is now December. How is this not a more important issue??
Same issue in 2021
I have had this issue for alsmost 2 years now waiting for a fix. I had this issue on my MacBook Pro, Windows PC. Same with Canon Footage or iPhone Footage. I tried everything from switching to other Codecs, Proxys, Windows reinstall, upgrading RAM, different GPU Drivers. Since Speedramping is becoming more and more important to me, im switching to DaVinchi, becuase there is nothing more left to do and Adobe doesn't seem to care.