Everytime I close Premiere and reopen, all the rendering I've done is lost. I got adjustment layers, some color correction effects, which all loose the rendering. There are some clips where I used the warp stabalizer and not only I loose the rendering but I also have to "reanalyze" clip by clip every time I open the program.
This is added to 2 other problems I have with cs6 one of which I've reported here, regarding the glitch and pixelations I get with XDCAM clips. I really appreciate the new features of CS6 and want to use them but this is getting impossible to operate with. I hope this is not another bug and something I setup wrong instead.
Any help will be much appreciated.
I'm having the same problem with a MacPro (Snow Leopard). In addition to losing renders after shutting down, anytime I even touch a clip in the timeline, the whole sequence turns to a red bar. Did you ever find a fix?
Yet ANOTHER adobe creative cloud problem I've run into with CS6. Has this been resolved yet? I can literally render a sequence - click away to dowload footage from a browser and lose the ENTIRE RENDER when I click back. I didn't go into After Effects, didn't make any changes to the project or the file - it just loses the render cache for no good reason. If Adobe's CTO had anything at all to do with the MASSIVE pile of bugs in CS6 then I recommend you sell all Apple stock today.
I'd really love an update.
I've heard of folks losing previews under certain conditions when reopening a project, but never when switching away and coming back to an already open PP.
My first thought is that something is wonky on your system.
I just filed a bug report. I also just ran updates on my Decklink card and NVIDIA gtx 680 (none available for Adobe). I can't re-create the tab away loss - but the open/close render loss does still happen.
Renders are no longer reliable in either Premiere or After Effects - I don't understand it. The renders were holding so well when you first released (even reverting to old renders on undo). I wish you would have just left it alone.