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I can't guarantee this, but go to Sequence\Sequence Settings and select the format of your material or perhaps Uncompressed YUYV.
If it works, give thanks to jusko. He told me about it.
Thanks from post, but that doesn't help. It's not about the file because after installing GPU drivers it works and after that it doesn't. I have tried it on multible files and same thing with all of those. I can see frames on timeline, but no video on monitors.
In After Effect video works, but very slowly and with very bad quality.
Photoshop is also complaining something about my drivers.
I think I have to try to download them once again and see if file si corrupted or something.
What specific codecs are the video files you're trying?
Avchd, avi, mpg, quicktime, divx etc. I'm 99% sure that it's not about codec nor files. It's about GPU drivers or something.
Now I updated GPU driver again and it works for now.
Premiere is much slower that Vegas Pro 8. Premiere can't show video effects or transitions in monitor playback. Should it? I think my PC is powerfull enough for that. At least it was for vegas. Is premiere just too heavy or is there somerhing wrong with it.
It very well could be about the media you're using. AVI and Quicktime aren't codecs. They can contain many kinds of video, not all of which will work well. Divx does present problems.
Try a test with some DV video you capture from a DV camera.
If it would be about media, why premiere works with same clips after installing drivers and in next start it won't? I have tried many clips with different codecs. They all work after installation but not after that. Kind of wierd problem. Hope this will be solved. I all ready mailed to support, let's see what they have to say.
So how fast premiere should be? Should it be able to play videos with effects on and so on like Vegas? Preview quality is quite crappy with automatic quality. Video is SOny AVCHD. Processor's aren very busy just around 5-10% mostly and few peaks at 40%. Memory is used 2Gb.
The vagaries of weird codecs are just that. Try a DV clip and see what happens.