I've never had that problem myself. I don't recall others reporting it either. Provide the details of your setup and work.
Just a question...is there a particular reason why you are working in an eight hour timeline?
Seems laborious and inefficient if one is editing with the Razor Tool and I cant think of a reason why one would do so.
The problem arises when you Ripple Delete clips after being modified using the Razor tool. The timeline navigator jumps toward the end of timeline afterward. This problem is very frequent. Thanks.
PP Version: CS6, Version 6.0.4 (009 (MC: 264587))
All updates installed.
OS X Version 11.8.4 Mac
AVCHD source footage, MPEG movie, 1920 x 1080, Frame rate 59.94
No error message, software is rock solid stable (BIG THANKS TO ADOBE)
Actions proceeding the error included razor cutting and ripple deleting. After a an average of 2 or 3 razor cutting and at times ripple deleting, the timeline navigator jumps toward the end of the timeline and sometimes way passed the end of the timeline. Deleted the media cache, restarted and rebooted the project many times. Problem persists. I also made sure that there is no shortcut conflict that may initiate this behavior.
No other software is running except Adobe ones, yahoo messenger, itunes.
Third party software include magic bullet and twixtor.
Computer hardware: 2 x 2.4GH 6 core intel xenon, 32GB 1333 Mhz DDR3, NVIDIA Quadro 4000 2048MB
Using Mercury Playback
Problem perists during editing.
Hope this helps.
Here is a link to an earlier post with a user experienceing the same problem. The overlap in both circumstances points toward a very long and compliated timeline/s.
I already filed a bug report. Thanks.
Thanks for filling out the bug report and for the link. In one post, a user indicated he solved the issue: ttp://forums.adobe.com/message/4738570#4738570
"The solution was to delete all media cache files and all cache settings for the specific project. Check all your cache locations and encoded media file locations. Rebuild project on load.... edit."
Could you try what is suggested? Or have you already?
Kindly note that I have already tried this multiple times (see my earlier post above). The issue continues to persist.
Have you tried deleting preference files? Although this article is for CS5, the process is the same. http://blogs.adobe.com/genesisproject/2011/02/premiere-pro-cs5-maintenance-two-great-tips. html
See if that works for you.