I have just updated to the latest version of Premiere as indicated. I get occasional black flashes on video even when it's static. Also I'm using an iMac on a thunderbolt cable driving premiere off my laptop. I have opted to route sound via thunderbolt to the iMac. This is working perfectly for ALL applications other than Premiere where it insists on through the macbook speakers instead of the iMac sound system. Please help
- For the black frames issue have you tried trashing your media cache files?
- For the audio, go to your Mac System Preferences> Sound, set the output you desire. Go into Premiere Pro Preferences> Audio Hardware and select System Default Input/Output.
Hope that helps!
Thank Peter. You have helped me sort the audio issues which has helped immensely.
I tried 'clean' on media cache but it's not resolved the issue. What I have noticed is if I change the renderer engine to software only then the black flickering is not present. However I feel I must be missing out on acceleration that my laptop is capable of and putting extra strain on the processor when the video hardware should be handling this. Any advice on how I can get this working without switching to software based rendering?