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Video card issues like corrupted or outdated drivers or even corrupted frames/codecs can cause this issue. You might need to update your video card or reinstall new drivers. The displays in Premiere can be choking on corrupted frames which can be caused by many things like hard drive issues as well. Your media might play perfectly in other applications even with corruption and then crash within Premiere. Not saying this is the issue, but this can happen. I've seen it. Here are some things to try:
- Clear all cache in PREFERENCES > MEDIA CACHE
- Double-Check Memory setting in PREFERENCES > MEMORY (make sure memory assignments are correct)
- Update your Video Drivers. If you already have, you might need to roll your video drivers to a older version
- Check the health of your media drive.
- Turn Off GPU in FILE > PROJECT SETTINGS > GPU RENDERER ( Select Software Only)
- Re-Install Premiere using Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool --Use the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to solve installation problems
Thank you Kristian!
After clearing all the cache everything appears to be working! Saved me a lot of trouble.
spoke to soon. as soon as i made this reply I went to try again and its back at it!
Hi Villegas Media,
Have you tried the other steps recommended by Kristian Gabriel? Please let us know the status.