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I've now used it about four seperate times and each time the computer is crashing. I'm on a Mac with macOS 13.5.2. Please advise.
Hey @erlewis , did you find a way to make it work. The same happens to me
I may be having the same issue, or something very simular. Worked all day in Premiere Pro Beta 24.2 yesterday (11-30-2023) with no issues. I opened it back up today, and can scrub the timeline and play just fine. But the moment I select a segment, and move my mouse over to the Essential Sound panel it crashes. I rolled back my version to 24.1 and have not had that problem come back yet.
I am having the same issue it keeps on crashing when I try to open the audio dialogue function within the Premiere Pro beta version. Abobe please fix this!!
I'm on Windows 11 Proz, v 22H2. I select an audio clip, then the Essential Sound panel option says something like "Tag clip to edit"... so I select "Dialogue", and it totally dumps me out of Premiere. If I go back into Premiere, it restores the from where it crashed, then no matter what I click, it closes again. I have to restart Premiere and either open again or create a new file. Weird.
Ah! it's exactly what i'm experiencing. I'll try to roll back, good call!
Installing an older version of the beta did it for me! Try this! 😄
Same problem here. How do you install an earlier version? Can't fin this anywhere.
Go to Creative Cloud App - then Applicatois - Beta Applications - then you can see Premiere Pro (Beta) - next to OPEN you can find 3 dots - click on them and select "other versions"
Version 24.1. was the version before - that worked for me!
Also trying version 24.1, will report back if it helps. Enhanced Audio used to crash the program whenever I made a cut, but that seems to have been fixed, I was hoping they'd figured it out.But suddenly now, as of December 1st, if I click any of my Enhanced audio files, the program just closes instantly, doesn't even freeze first.
Yeah that did it, apparently 24.1 is the way to go for now, if you want to continue using Enhance at all.