Please help me to solve this problem!
It's going on Premiere Pro 6.0.2 CS6 and Retina MBP with 16GB RAM installed.
CUDA Driver Version: 5.0.24
MacBook Pro Retina, Mid 2012
Processor 2,7 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB
Software OS X 10.8.1 (12B19)
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 (6.0.2. - 072)
While playing back inside PP a jerky playback occurs, every 1-2 seconds it rewinds to 2-3 frames back and continues to play forth...
No special console messages or something similar visible.
Have tried to clean the cache but it doesn't help. Also have tried to switch the mode between CUDA, OpenCL and SW - without any visible changes...
Exhausted... Please HELP!!!!
SLR Movies .mov files 1080p 25 and 29fps from Canon 1DX and 5DMKII.
Tried almost everything: have recreated sequence, project, changed drives and scratch drives, tried clearing cache, reinstalling CUDA drivers and diwngrade CUDA.... Any ideas? Thank you in advance!
Thank you Jeff for your another reminder and it is your privilege.
And I really hope that someone else at Adobe could answer my questions productively.
May be could you? Thank you.
I would if I could. I'm a PC guy.
If I guess correctly, Jim's solution would be for you to consider moving to the Windows platform. He's not allowed to post it because it's not very helpful to a Mac user who is searching for a Mac solution.
Thank you Jeff, thank you Jim for so positive moments during this drama! LOL
I think it's funny but not so right-right for me.
I keep hoping that there is someone "Mac" at Adobe' side who could really help me.
avrbox, I had the same problem and went crazy because I didn't find a proper solution. I use Windows, though. Finally, I got to fix the problem. I use a i5 processor, which I overclocked with an asrock tool that came with the mainboard (to about 3350 MHZ where the system ran stable). When I turned overclocking off, Premiere played back the clips just fine. I overclocked then step by step until the playback went jerky again and kept that frequency. Maybe your processor is overclocked by stock or you did it manually?
Hope this is your solution!
Thank you so much rence123! No, my processor isn't overclocked and it's hardly possible on Mac generally... ))
Fortunately but NOT surprisingly, after applying the latest Adobe update for Premiere Pro everything is voing very well! So it means that it was 100% Adobe's bug...
I recently updated to 6.0.2 and started having issues with playing back my .R3D footage on my MBP Retina. This is after I updated the Red Epic importers and my CUDA Driver Version to 5.0.37.
Something that helped me get smooth playback again, albeit a quarter resolution, was to disable CUDA under Projects > Project Settings > General > Video Playback and Rendering > ...and choosing from the dropdown menu "Mercury Playback Engine Software Only".