Hi there. I have a multi sequence with 4 lanes of video (2 x h264 and 2 x all I-frame). I notice that when I start the project (About 24 mins long) all is nice and responsive, but as I progress all becomes much slower/slugggish, such that now when I press play it takes 2-4 seconds for the play head to move. It seems like some kind of buffer thing. Any ideas ?
Mac Pro 12 core 2.66
Internal Raid 5
In that case, it's possible you;re running into a known bug with CS6 and AVCHD whereby things get sticky and slow. At this point, about the only thing you can do is convert the AVCHD into something else, or use an earlier version of PP.
Where is that documented? This is just great, my project, which I already past deadline on, is going to hell because of a bug that Adobe hasn't fixed? Isn't AVCHD a very widely used format?
What format does Premiere Pro not have bugs with? I need to know because I need to start converting so I can deliver this 2 week overdue Wedding BluRay...
Where is that documented?
What format does Premiere Pro not have bugs with?
If you don't have an older version to fall back on, try converting to UT AVI files. It's a free, lossless codec that works pretty well with Premiere Pro.
Hi Jim, thanks for getting back to me on this. I think I must be missing something. I have had the same issue in both 5.5 and 6 in Multi-Sequence projects when using H264 codec natively. I am not using AVHCD.
I appreciate you taking the time to look in to my issue.
Got the same problem. I have mutiple 10min+ AVCHD files from a Canon HF G10. Can't edit the last few minutes of each file because CS6 becomes very slow. When I press play the audio plays fine but the video freezes in the program monitor. Never had the problem with CS5.5
Looks like they still didn't fixed it in update 6.0.1 ?? Just installed it but I still have the problem