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What is wrong with Rush?

New Here ,
May 31, 2022 May 31, 2022

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I am constantly experiencing problems with Rush. I'm using 2.3 832. I am using Windows 11 Pro, 16G, Core I7, 64 bit. It started by working fine. Now I am constantly getting warnings, crashing, slow, staggered, what should take an hour to edit is actually taking 4-5 hours. I will soon be purchasing else where. Warnings read....No CPU left, I keep nothing on either the laptop as detailed above or the PC simiiar spec. I use external drives and clouds no video kept on devices. Adobe support staff went into my laptop, with my permission and severed the tie to my cloud without asking which I desperately need for work, causing a lot of issues, then dropped me and disappeared when I told them to stop and why. Really bad service from support. They don't ask or discuss what they're doing they just do not consider that a device is used for several reasons. I am also getting warnings saying I need the paid for service, I need to upgrade.....I am already paying for this service monthly. I believe there are serveral issues going on here. Not in the least adobe doesn't officially recognise that I am paying. I had the same issue with customer services when the technical support originally refused to help, I had to screen shot my payment plan to prove they should help me. If anyone in this community can help I would be so very grateful, I have lost my faith in Adobe and until I can find better fast video editing, I need to keep using this app.

Crash , Error or problem , Freeze or hang , Performance






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