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Problems with the latest Premiere update.

New Here ,
Oct 21, 2020

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I don't know if this is because of an update or not.  Recently when I open Premiere Pro it says that my GEFORCE GTX Driver is no longer supported.  I have tried to fix the issue but I have the latest drivers installed on my computer.

 

When I try to run with known issues it works fine except when I preview my edit is plays in fast motion.  Once I export it it is fine, but as you can imagine, this makes it very difficult to do edits.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Mike

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Problems with the latest Premiere update.

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I don't know if this is because of an update or not.  Recently when I open Premiere Pro it says that my GEFORCE GTX Driver is no longer supported.  I have tried to fix the issue but I have the latest drivers installed on my computer.

 

When I try to run with known issues it works fine except when I preview my edit is plays in fast motion.  Once I export it it is fine, but as you can imagine, this makes it very difficult to do edits.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Mike

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LEGEND ,
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Which exact GTX GPU do you have? Older GPUs are now no longer supported by their manufacturers.

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I have the NVidia Ge Force GTX 1050

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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No, we would need to know which GPU you've got and what the driver for that is.

 

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NVidia GE Force GTX 1050 version 445.87

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They list a 456.71 as the latest studio driver. The one you're using is a game-ready driver from way back in April.

 

Go to Nvidia's site, click on their support/drivers page, and install a newer driver.

 

Neil

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There was a new Studio Driver released yesterday.

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i am getting a black screen as soon as I activate lumetri color.  driver: StudioDriver 456.71 ... 2080Ti+1080Ti .. latest Premiere! What's goin on??  

 

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Guess what? You cannot mix different vintages and generations of GPUs at all in the same system. All GPUs must be of the exact same GPU architecture. The RTX 2080 Ti and the GTX 1080 Ti are both of completely different GPU architectures, which can - and will - cause problems such as what you've experienced.

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so switchin it off in harware shoul ddo the trick?

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No. The only way to regain stability would be to completely remove (physically) one or the other.

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