Which exact version of AE? What do the hardware settings in teh prefs say?
And what happens if you unplug that, reboot with a boring mouse plugged in, and start working with a boring mouse?
Hey Szalam, sorry about such a long time not replying.
It's the same - it feels like it's an AE issue as opposed to the drivers or wacom software. Even with the pen, all other software is nice and snappy. AE is crawwwwling.
The reason for my request is that I was wondering if AE is having an issue with the Wacom tablet. I would expect it to behave in other software, but not AE, if AE had the problem with it.
Also, have you considered updating to 13.2?
Hi there, I am experiencing the same issues described here,
I am using AE v126.96.36.199.
On a Mac Pro 3,1
2x2,8 Ghz Quad Core
16 Go DDR2 RAM
ATI Radeon HD 5770 1Go
Multiprocessing is disabled, disk cache enabled and frequently emptied, no other power consuming application running (like Chrome)
It looks like we are not alone.
AE had been behaving this way since I updated it to 2014 CC.
It is getting worse with the new updates.
Same issue as described. Exact same preferences.I started having this issue on CC2015.
Hardware accelaration is greyed out (because Adobe is working on a new GUI engine, so it's normal for now)
2x2.5 Quad Core
64Go DDR3 RAM
GTX 670 Ti
deselecting the timeline's cache indicators helped improving performances.
It's a workaround, not a fix, but hopefully it will help.
Indeed, it helps a tiny bit. Thx for the tip.
Now my keys get offseted by just few frames. Undo is still my best friend.
Some people have had success by turning off the "Use Windows Ink" option in the Wacom settings.
I do not use a tablet, the issue is happening with the mouse.