- Can you check the performance with the clips on a local drive?
- Regarding poor scrubbing or playback, see this article: http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/playback-stops-loops-soundbooth-premiere.html
- Regarding conforming times, try Premiere Pro > Preferences > Media Cache Files and then select Save Media Cache Files next to originals when possible.
- Have you trashed prefs?
- Have you cleaned your Media Cache Database? Premiere Pro > Preferences > Media > Media Cache Database, then click the Clean button. Details: http://adobe.ly/160rtSU
Hope this helps.
A few things -
I exported some clips to DNxHD and added them to the timeline.
Some (most) audio does have some effects like EQ and Denoiser
1. The HD performance was fine until now. But it seems as if this happens just in my "main" timeline/sequence. Clicking somewehere in the timeline takes 1-2mins to load. But it just started doing that. Other sequenzes perform better, even the same w/o audio effects.
2. There is no such file as descibed in the link on my computer, eventhough now (after 5 hours) i am pretty sure that it might have something to do with the audio.
Still the same ****. I ve been trying to figure this out for 5 hours now. I wouldn't call this an efficient software solution at all. WAAAAAAAY to many problems. nice for a 2-3 minute clip, but longer/serious stuff... never again.
I am almost 100% positive that it has something to do with the audio. The same sequence without FX added to the audio performs fine. But i can't waste another 8 hours fixing the audio again. I did render it though.
In fcp 6 there were NEVER any playback issues. NEVER. (unless you add FX, but then you render it and its fine.) I think this premiere is way to complex on the inside, CC is better. the CS6 trail was a katastrophe.
I don't know pal you ve gotta help me out here.
If i erase all the audio it plays back fine.
But how come, that even with the audio rendered it can't playback smooth?
Even if i reneder everything, i.e. the line on top of the sequence is all green... no smooth playback.
So it IS the audio.
Are you trying to tell me that Premiere CC can play The Warp stabilizer effect back without rendering, but if you add EQ and denoiser to your audio there is a 30 seconds delay with 700% of CPU usage until it does?