After installing the latest 7.0.1 update to Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Media Encoder on a brand new 15" MBP Retina with 10.8.4 the Media encoder crashes when trying to render AVCHD to H.264. Encoding to H.264 crashes after about 25% of the encode in AME. Does the AME not support CUDA like Premiere Pro? I have graphics card switching disabled so the 650M should always be in use, however the errors seems to display an OpenCL error.
7/13/13 8:22:08.706 AM ReportCrash: Saved crash report for PProHeadless version 7.0.1 (22.214.171.124) to ....../Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/PProHeadless_2013-07-13-082208_ Mac.crash
7/13/13 11:58:35.354 AM Adobe Premiere Pro CC: [CL_INVALID_OPERATION] : OpenCL Error : Failed to retrieve device information! Invalid enumerated value!
Is there a way to roll back updates? I would like to try to revert to the previous version but can't find any information as to how to do so.
Does the AME not support CUDA like Premiere Pro?
It used to in CS6. It does not in CC7.
Direct export may be the better way to go.
So Adobe proviedes no way of rolling back to 7.0 from 7.0.1 ?
Uninstall Pr, and let CC reinstall it. On Mac, I can confirm that 7.0.0 gets installed. Then just don't run the updater.