When I right-click a clip marker in the Source Monitor, Premiere takes 100% of a CPU core and just hangs until I Force Quit it. This is on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Has anyone seen this before or know how to fix it? It's a blocker for me... I can't get much work done like this.
Here's a sample of the frozen thread: http://pastebin.com/Uce7qCzQ. It seems to be stuck in HandlerSourceMonitor::SourceMonitorView::OnChapterMarkerStatus.
I'm not seeing any ability to right click on a marker. I mean, you can right click in the area, but the options which come up are no different than clicking off the marker in the same area.
You're absolutely right. To clarify, this happens on the entire area and also the "Marker" menu at the top of the screen.
I managed to work around the problem after a few hours, once I realised some clips were not showing this problem.
1) Identify problem clips (by watching Premiere crash).
2) Re-open Premiere and put the clip in the Source Monitor.
3) Make a note of any markers in the clip.
4) Press ⌥⌘M to clear markers without opening the menu.
5) Re-add markers manually.
That seems to have done the trick of cleaning out any "bad" markers. Thanks for your help!