Updates to software often demand greater system power. It's been this way since the beginning of time. DSLR's usually shoot h264 files which are not the easiest files for playback and editing.
do your sequence settings match your clip settings? You can also reduce the playback resolution in the program monitor. It's on the bottom right to the left of wrench and in out duration.
And working offline and Jim suggests is a great way to work. It's a little tricky, but once you understand the workflow, it's a great help.
Thank you for all the replies, but i may be describing my issue incorrectly..
I right clicked the video file and created a new sequence using the file.
When editing in the timeline. Lets say the video is 2:00 minutes long. if i cut the video in half and delete the first portion, when i try to play the second portion it seems like it starts off at the 00:30 second mark as if the whole video was still there.
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I recommend not using Premiere Pro CC 2019... install an older version such as 2017... CC 2019 is not worth a food stamp and never will be.