Confused by your calling the timeline "empty" but still having elements to scrub on it.
I didn't see any impact on Premiere performance when updating to Mojave.
Have you considered trashing your preferences?
Are you using Mercury Transmit?
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I usually reinstall Premiere after OS update.
What I mean is that even while moving the playhead in an empty timeline there is still a considerable amount of lag.
There have been issues with Photoshop CC and Mojave, so it doesn't surprise me to see issues with Premiere Pro CC and Mojave.
I would wait a couple of updates before installing Mojave. Same for windows.
I can only offer my experience with the Mojave upgrade which only had one problem, Quickbooks for Mac got corrupted and required a reinstall.
All other apps working OK.
As always, have two viable backups of your system prior to your upgrade in case something goes wrong and you need to revert.
Yes, It's lagging. Badly. I upgraded to Mojave and installed the latest Premiere pro yesterday as well.
I'm also on iMac (late 2014) Retina 5k, 4 ghz, intel core i7. 32gb of ram.
Hello Brian R,
Check system requirements. This OS is not supported for this version of Premiere Pro. You're going to have to wait for an upcoming version for this support. Sorry.
I feel its a bit unfair to say check system requirements. When I lookup system requirement it says minimum requirement "macOS X v10.12 or later (v10.13 or later required for hardware-acceleration)" implying that v10.14 should be fine.
I think if adobe had been more public about it not supporting Mojave yet then lots of people wouldn't have upgraded and would have better experiences with the software.
Is there anywhere we can check about adobe app compatibility before upgrading the OS?
Do you know how long until Mojave support? Trying to work out if moving to PC would be a better idea for future upgrades.
.......Check system requirements. This OS is not supported for this version of Premiere Pro. You're going to have to wait for an upcoming version for this support. Sorry........
ha, ha , said the clown....... in another thread "dear adobe..." I complained about many issues occuring since 12.1 and still not fixed in 13.0.
The answer by some staffmember was .... this issue is fixed in Mojave and related to OSX 10.13....they announced to get in contact with apple.
As well there is the already mentioned hint....... osx 10.13 or newer.......
So , Kevin, please explain what your intention is by telling that mojave is not yet supported !
Please give us a link where we , customers, can verify that statement.