I´ve recently installed Adobe Premiere Pro on my PC. Im using the TRIAL since i wanna try out Premiere Pro before considering buying it.
Now once i attach some effects and adjustement layers adobe crashes completly and im forced to force shutdown my pc. Im only having trouble using Premiere Pro. After Effects works perfectly fine.
CPU: Intel Core i9 9900k
Ram: 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3200MHz
GPU: MSI Gaming x Trio RTX 2080 TI
OS: Win 10
Some things to do, and more information needed for someone to help...
-PPro Editing Information FAQ https://community.adobe.com/t5/Premiere-Pro/FAQ-What-information-should-I-provide-when-asking-a-ques...
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Thanks. Added some more informations down below.
I do have the newest nVidia drivers installed.
Even tried it with older ones and it still crashes.
Try doing a clean install of the Studio driver for your Nvidia card.
Thanks but it still crashes.
Motherboard: MSI Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon
System type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor
SSD: Samsung 960 Evo M.2 1TB
HDD: Western Digital Black 4TB
FAILED FIX ATTEMPTS
Yup a lot of us are having this problem. Not sure what to do.
Now once i attach some effects and adjustement layers adobe crashes completly and im forced to force shutdown my pc.
It looks like a generic fix won't work in your case. So let's try analyzing your specific case.
Gameplay Recording, done with nVidia Shadowplay
Ingame Sound and RODE NT USB Mic, 2 different audio tracks
I used push on the clips, directional blur and transform on the adjustment layer.
Havent tried that one yet.
No. Crashes when i start manipulate those
No im not using any 3rd-party plugin
Most likely the game footage is variable frame rate. Although Pr 14.8 is supposed to address VFR issues, it still may be worth it to try running some of your clips through Handbrake to create constant frame rate versions.
Since it's a trial, and supposedly you haven't had Pr installed before, you should have the default settings in place. However, just for fun, try launching Pr from a shortcut while you hold down Shift+Alt. Keep those keys pressed until you see the main program window. That will reset your preferences and clear your plugin cache (even from Pr's built-in plugins).
Once you see the main program window, go to Preferences>Media Cache and delete *all* your cache files. Now open your project and try again.
Runned few clips through HandBrake and it still crashes.
Done all of those steps but sadly it didnt changed anything.