I have cs6 cloud, premiere 6.03. Three cameras, video clips about 50 mins. Using CS5, muilticamera works fine in all respects. When open the project in CS6 and play it, the video often freezes, unfreezes, freezes, etc. If is very difficult to create the project originally in CS6.
I am thinking about getting a new video card (I have a GTS 650, hacked for mercury), but wonder if that is ths issue?
Would appreciate any advice, reactions, etc. Thanks.
Thanks Jim, always appreciate your quick replies.
I still need a little help.
From the linked document, it would appear that the CPU is more likely to be the problem than the video card. They speak of "video configuration." What do the mean by that?
On the other hand, the forum is full of discussion about video cards and the need for an appropriate one.
One more question. When the video freezes on playback, if I wait for a minute or so, it restarts. What is happening during this minute? (Cleaning the cache doesn't change anything).
From the linked document, it would appear that the CPU is more likely to be the problem than the video card.
Take another look. The link specifies a problem with longer AVCHD clips. It seems you're suffering from that bug, which you can't solve with hardware.
Intel Core i7 CPU firstname.lastname@example.org gh. 12gb RAM
System Type: 64-bit Operating System
Win 7 Prof, SP1
Moherboard ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 (Hacked for Mercury Playback Engine).
Project and Video Files on Separate Hard Drives.
CS6 Cloud; Premiere 6.03.
They know about it. They've said it's a flaw with a third-party element, which they have no control over. Once that third-party updates the module, I'm sure Adobe will implement the fix and run their testing. But no word as to when.