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Please don't cross-post in forums. I deleted your other topic.
Have you tried disabling Hardware MPE? Are your card and system temperatures within acceptable limits?
Thank you for the reply. Also, I apologize for double posting, but I wasn't sure if it should just be in premiere or CS forum.
I have not tried disabling hardware MPE (not even sure what that is, so thank you!). I did run PC Mark 7 and everythign appeared to stay within acceptable limits. No red flags there. Under the most extreme circumstances, my card was running at 60 or 70* C. I can also submit these benchmark scores for review if that is helpful.
Again, thank you for your help. I've been racking my brain with this problem. I used to edit on FCP, but then when FCPX happened, I had to switch. That software is just gross.
Any additional suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated!
Now I know what MPE is. Yes, when I disable MPE, I can render without artifacts, and playback within Premiere doesn't have those artifacts as shown in the renders above.
So yes, when MPE is disabled, all appears fine. Which is what makes this even more confusing. Up to date drivers, up to date software, yet I'm still having these artifacts left in my rendered videos, and even just in playback within Premiere.
Thanks again jeff, you rock. Hopefully this can be resolved at some point soon. I'm pretty damn stumped.
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I apologize for double posting, but I wasn't sure if it should just be in premiere or CS forum.
No problem. If you put it in the wrong place, one of the moderators will usually move it to the right place. In this case, either forum probably would have been OK, just not both. I left this topic intact since you seem to have isolated the problem to something in your hardware/driver set up. But it may turn out to be a more general issue -- only time will tell.
Thank you both for the support, I greatly appreciate it! Adobe hasn't been super helpful sadly.
Any suggestions on trying to decipher the driver/hardware issue? I haven't used PC in quite some time, but made the switch after using premiere and davinci on an amazing machine with cuda.
I ran the PCMark 7 and nothing seemed out of the ordinary, she ran about 60-70* C I believe. I can post that information if necessary.
These are my current quadro and CUDA driver for Win 7
If there are some 'usual' troubleshooting steps I shoudl take, please do let me know. Or if you can point me in the right direction of what to research I don't mind doing the leg work. I just want to get this working again. . . Unstable machines are just terrible!
Thanks again all!
I'm also getting these types of artifacts in PS. Now, I have OpenGL turned off in preferences in PS, and this still happens. She also behaves in an unstable manner, takes a while to close, sometimes locks up and freezes.
In Premiere, the artifacts only show up now when I hit pause. While the videos are playing, the artifacts go away. I haven't tried rendering a sequence out yet to see if the artifacts are present.
Again, any help is appreciated. I'm unsure of where to go next with this as I feel like it's probably a hardware issue, but have no way to tell besides my PCMark 7 benchmark.
Thanks again All!
adobe gods, help!
Photoshop seems to let me open multiple windows again, thankfully. but freezes when I try to close any of the tabs.
just stops responding entirely. is this just a software issue? should I just do a clean install using the adobe cleaner tools? I have 23days left on trial version so I don't know how that will effect it. . .
again, all help greatly appreciated! it would be great if adobe could chime in!