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I know OSX 10.9 Mavericks introduced a power saving feature called App Nap which is meant to slow down applications that it determins are inactive (or when minimized). This would mostly likely cause problems if you're dynamically linking After Effects comps to your timeline or sometimes exporting to Media Encoder.
Try disabling App Nap for all your Adobe App files...
- Go to your Applications folder
- Go into individual Adobe app folders (ie. Adobe Premiere Pro CC)
- Right-click on the Adobe app file (ie. Adobe Premiere Pro CC.app) and select Get Info
- When the info window opens up, add a checkmark beside "Prevent App Nap"
- Restart the application
This fixed all my performance issues.
I am having a problem with CC using the Closed Captioning feature. I have been in contact with Adobe about it and they were unable to reproduce it on their windows and OS X 10.8 systems. When they saw I was using Mavericks, they think it might be that. They are looking into it. Other than that, I have been running CC on Mavericks with no probelm's what so ever. Very smooth otherwise.
Thanks a lot! This solved all my issues as well. Something so well intentioned created havoc for me for 12 hours.