Twitching video and audio

Community Beginner ,
Feb 10, 2021 Feb 10, 2021

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I have issue with editing. Both video and audio are twitching and audio is bad. Just rendering seguence is not helping, but when I export video, its OK.

I have HP Z640 with Quadro M4000. Premiere Pro 14.9. Nvidia driver is: R460 U3 (461.40), release date 2021.1.26

I have tested different video formats, like MXF, MP4 and MOV. I have tried to install earlier version of Premiere  (14.3). Any ideas? Do I need to instal earlier driver for Quadro?

 

Pekka

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Community Beginner , Feb 12, 2021 Feb 12, 2021
FYIThis is solved simply by setting audioharware input to "no input".Found solution from earlier community posts after updating Nvidia drivers, cc, premiere, bios, hp drivers etc...Thank You

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Feb 10, 2021 Feb 10, 2021

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FAQ: How to reset (trash) preferences.

Make sure you have a clean studio driver installed.

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Ok. I think that Nvidia 461.40 is latest studio driver for Quadro M4000. It was clean installation. Is there known issues with that driver?

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Here You can see the my problem. Bios is uppdated, I have tried different versions of Premiere and  Nvidia drivers and even without driver. No difference.

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FYI

This is solved simply by setting audioharware input to "no input".

Found solution from earlier community posts after updating Nvidia drivers, cc, premiere, bios, hp drivers etc...

Thank You

 

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