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I don't think this is a general solution

Engaged ,
Feb 09, 2019 Feb 09, 2019

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GGreathouseKV  wrote

Option Two: Downgrade to Premiere 2018

This cleared up all the other problems I was having with Premiere 2019 (13). I'm sure Adobe will delete this post if I were to link directly to the instructions on how to do this, but if a cat were to walk across your keyboard and accidentally type "Premiere Project Downgrader" into Google you would be pleasantly surprised.

I don't think this is a general solution, even if it seems to have temporarily worked for you (though I'm glad to know it did).

Reason is, this problem has been going on for years, pre-dating 2018.  Adobe refuses to do anything about it, inviting us to leave Premiere for less buggy apps (e.g., DaVinci which incidentally costs much, much less).







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