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How can anyone help you if we know nothing about the computer? It's not like there's a stop judder button,
Did you try changing the preview monitor settings? The button with three circles to the left of the picture. Set it to Automatic or draft and play with the preview settings.
Also try matching your project preset with the source media. Best I can help without more specific info.
Here is how I might be able to help without your computer info. I had terrible preview playback and some bugs, Today I updated my NVidia driver, switched the playback quality to draft quality (by right clicking on the preview window), and put the Quality/Performance marker a step closer to performance on my NVidia Control panel, which was under the regular control panel. I also downloaded the premiere Pro update for Premiere PRo 4. It seems to be working great now! Hope it helps
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thats what is wrong with some of these forums is the snotty people who talk to others like they are idiots. No need to be condescending.
I gave you some suggestions man. Just kidding around but you should give a little more info about your problem if you want specific help. Like what kind of computer your on. What resolution are the files your rendering. What type of files are you rendreing.
If I was rude I wouold've just gave your a link to how to ask questions properly. I still tried to help.