Focus on making Premiere Pro a stable software.
Premiere Pro becomes less and less stable to work with. 2019 has seen the worst versions so far. It's already a running joke with EVERY single filmmaker I meet.
It's buggy, lagging and keeps crashing and wasting the time I should spend working for my client rather than trying to fix all kinds of things with crazy work-around solutions other Adobe customers come up with.
I'm dreaming of the day Premiere Pro is as stable as Photoshop but I guess I will have switched to DaVinci Resolve before that happens.
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Allen Williams commented
Premiere Pro 14.2 is a big improvement… Much more stable. But certainly a long ways from perfect. My biggest problem right now is performance. You put anything into Resolve, and it just works. Everything plays like butter. Premier Pro is a long ways away from having that kind of performance. And why does Premier Pro only use one core on a $14,000 Mac pro. Why doesn’t it use all 16 cores?!?
Azzie Scott commented
Hey Ive created a video showing an issue I've been having with adobe 2020 and its choppy playback which has been the cause of my issue, maybe this is the cause of your issue as well. Adobe needs to work on this.
Below is the link
Christopher Wunz commented
I'm with this guy.
If PP 2020 isn't consistently more stable than 2019 I'm off to FCPX land!
I can't make a project with more than a couple sequences without it freaking out.
Footage type doesn't matter, OS doesn't matter, RAM, etc, it crashes while working with Proxies. It crashes working with 720 footage at low bitrates.
COME ON! I shouldn't pay $60/mo for something THIS BAD!
Adobe's Customer Service suggestions and implications my hardware is bad does not help because it runs equalyl poor on Windows, MAC, 64GB RAM, or not.
Dawid Miara commented
Premiere is bad in terms of stability? Try to use Resolve as Your main editing software and then You will see what a lack of stability really means hehe
fran garcia alcazar commented
you are on the edge adobe, if you not fire a lot of people, and pick more active ones, you will lose the edit video space. for ever.
you can not use us (paying 60 euros month client) to do the beta testing stuff, contract scholars or something, you know what ranting is that situation? likely , moreless, when you say the solution is switch to cpu only mode, ( or on other words, oh yes, reduce your productivity because even you wasted thousands of dollars in a good machine the software you buy us is a ******* **** and work s equal in your little cousin home computer), Adobe if you dont solve this FAST, resolve will you take all your clientsl