Your crashreports indicates you are using AMD CPU and GPU, I'm not very familiar with AMD hardware, but I read many issues with these on forums. I've been told that these issues with AMD CPUs are less with recent (not older then 2 years) CPUs. Can you give some more information of your system and drivers? A typical list would be:
GPU, vRAM and driver version
Premiere Pro version
OS version - Windows 10 1803
RAM - 8GB
GPU - AMD A6-7310 ( driver 10.0.17134.765) APU with Radeon R4 Graphics ( driver 21.19.512.0) 2.00 GHz
Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 184.108.40.2062
A little googling gave me: "The A6-7310 APU will about equal to a 3rd generation Core i3-3217u CPU in terms of raw performance." If this is true then your CPU is not powerful enough accorging to https://helpx.adobe.com/nl/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html
I tried installing adobe premiere pro 2019 and it starts. So I think you're right. Thanks.
I can understand that the person's constant crashes have to do with his CPU not being powerful enough. Though my computer has these constant crashes and I have an 8th Gen. i7, a GTX 1070Ti A-8 GPU, 64 RAM. What is going on here?
Hi Joost, hope youre doing great today . Recently I´ve downloaded the creative cloud (latest version) and I´m having many troubles with Photoshop and Premier I desactivate the graphic procesor in PS in order to use the program. Yesterday I was using Premier and it works fine but today crashes when I try to open the file. I dont know what to do to fix this. Could you please help me on this?
My config :
Windows 10 Pro
Thank you for your time