BUG: Timeline dragging does not show a wireframe of clip position
See attached video. In one of my projects, performance in general is particularly bad (4k media mixed with mp4's in timeline I believe is the problem). But when you select clips and try to move them around in the timeline, the clips remain where they were shown. The clips are being moved, but you can't see them. Definitely a bug.
Mucha Oszkar commented
For me the solution was this: Windows > workspaces > reset to saved layout (alt+shift+0)
ryan Kendrick commented
Same issue. Turning off audio waveforms does fix it but is not helpful.
Philip Neves commented
I'm having this issue on MacOS Mojave, Premiere 2019. I'm not using 4K clips but I have multicam clips. The interface starts to feel slower as well.
James de Boer commented
Having this issue as well, does anyone have a fix or any information?
Christopher Rosenberg commented
I have this bug - my current fix is turning off the audio waveform display for my clips. I've actually bound it to a hotkey for the sake of speed.
Whenever the glitch starts, I turn off the waveforms and it fixes the problem without the need to restart the app.
Not ideal, obviously.
Kerry Glennon commented
30th January 2020 and I'm still having this issue, extremely intermittent though with a restart quashing the problem for a good 30 minutes before it re-surfaces.
Chris Salters commented
Agreed. Continues to be an issue with updated drivers and latest PP release. Aside from not seeing the wireframe, overall performance while using the mouse has a lot of lag.
Media is connected via Thunderbolt 3 Raid 10
Nvidia RTX 2070
Lots of ram and good CPU
Bernard Myburgh commented
Same problem, any solution?
Sarah Li commented
Yes the same thing is happening for me. It seems to resolve itself when I zoom in but this is not very efficient and also the wireframe of the clip disappears when zoomed out again and try again to move the same clip. All my updates are up-to-date, so not sure how to resolve this.
James Lucas commented
Same thing going on with me. Really frustrating. Some timelines seem to be affected while others in the same project are not. Re-starting does not help.
AFMEDIT 08 commented
I have the same problem. Do you come to a conclusion why this happens? It's the possibility of mixed formats and codecs in the timeline?
Neal Sonnenberg commented
We had this issue and realized it was related to the "Essential Graphic Panel" and "Browse" tab being open. If it was clicked over to Edit we did not have the issue and the wireframes returned. I have let Adobe know and hopefully they make a update. In the meantime this resolves the issues for us.
Chase Evans commented
Having the same problem while using PP2020, restarting doesn't fix it but creating a new sequence works for a little bit before breaking again.
I'm on Windows 10 with 32GB of RAM running a 1080ti FE
Dawk . commented
Extremely annoying and subconsciously makes editing feel super clunky.
I feel like its an 'in session' memory limit or something vaguely like that seeing as resets fix it for a short period of time (untill you hit that limit again?) not sure. Hopefully they fix it soon
Douglas Blush commented
Same issue here, every day, very intermittent with zoom in only fixing it sometimes. Mac Pro 2013, Mojave, Premiere 2019 (can't upgrade yet but sounds like 2020 did not fix this).
Ryan Fritzsche commented
I'm starting to find this issue comes and goes (at least in some sequences) if the current section of the timeline that I can see contains multicam clips. No multicam, problem goes away. But if I can see the multicam, and waveforms are enabled, then it comes back. Seems like some kind of bug with waveforms and multicam?
Heather Yzaguirre commented
Same issue - it shows the time the video is being moved to but not the blue video segment...problematic
Jason Luckett commented
The issue seems to resolve on mine when zooming into the timeline a bit. Zooming back out shows the issue again so this isn't a fix, but it may be a work-around for some.
Christopher Rosenberg commented
Same problem for me. It used to be that restarting Premiere would fix the problem for ~1 hour, but now it only fixes it for 3-4 minutes. Quite annoying - has completely stopped my workflow today.
Turning off audio waveforms does fix the wireframe issue, but cutting without them is significantly more difficult.
Help us, adobe wan kanobi. You're our only hope.
Jessica Flood commented
Same. Just updated to 2020 and a restart of program won't fix it.