Sure, in terms of OS, I'm running 10.8.4 OSX.
The footage is originally H.264 footage imported into Premiere. It is then replaced with a composition from After Effects (right clicking in the Premiere sequence timeline and editing in AE). It then goes back to Premiere.
Now most of the time, I can click on these AE comps now in the Premiere timeline, move them around, and preview them in the source monitor. I cannot do this, starting today, randomly, without causing serious laggy playback in the source monitor and ridiculous render times in the timeline (if I shorten or lengthen the clip). This has affected all my premiere projects using dynamic link, going back months.
What other info do you need? Thanks Kevin!
PeCourtejoie, that other discussion was actually started by me last night! Sorry. I haven't been on the Adobe forums long and assumed that this discussion was long buried, so I started that other thread over in the Photoshop section to see if there might be insights on that end of the suite.
If that means one thread should be closed/merged, I say ok.
That said, yes it does appear that Photoshop is the source of my dynamic link problems. Does anyone know of any sort of fix, some sort of dynamic link refresher/reinstall? Should I completely reinstall CS6? For months the Dynamic Link has been a great tool to use––I'd hate to sacrifice it and go back to jumping between Avid and After Effects via transcoding.