Running into a strange problem. I have all of my caches, renders, scratch disks, etc set to a specific 2TB disk that never usually fills up. The problem I'm running into is when I export using Maximum Render Quality on it starts to fill up my OS & Apps SSD that I have instead of using the 2TB disk. Normally it has 55GB available but mid-export OSX gives me a warning my disk is full and then Premiere Pro locks up. After a quick reboot the cache is gone and I have my 55GB back... Any ideas?
Mac Pro 5,1
CS6 (Latest update as of posting date.)
Source: RED Epic-X .R3D's, 5K, 2:1
Timeline: .R3D's at 1920x1080.
Duration: 5 minutes.
1920x1080 Quicktime using H.264 at 10,500kbps, AAC Audio, and maximum render quality on.
Hmm, nope. That is just the standard media cache. What I'm trying to figure out is if Premiere Pro creates temporary files while exporting that defaults to being located on my system drive somewhere. Secret preferances? Anything?