Fix Mercury Transmit
Ever since updating to latest version of windows, Premiere Pro 2020 and latest stable nvidia drivers, mercury transmit is constantly crashing premiere pro. There is no warning... all of a sudden I get the windows spinning cursor and then Premiere shuts down. I am happy to discuss this problem with any tech or engineer at adobe. I have posted this several times in the user forums with no avail.
Aubrey Glendinning commented
Still not working as of latest version today. Nothing shows up for me since updating to latest version. This is why I hate updating or even using Adobe apps; you have no idea what's going to work
Johan Ribbers commented
Did you fix the problem?
I am still having the same issue. I got this fault only on my laptop (Intel core i9, NVIDIA GTX 950). My computer at work and computer at home (NVIDIA GTX 980 & AMD something) do work with the exact same settings.
Only thing, I really need it on my laptop, because I want to do live video mapping with a beamer as my monitor. It does work as a second monitor, but just not with Mercury Transmit of adobe.
Somewhat the same setting in the programe HeavyM (A video mapping software) the same thing does work (not sure if this is working with Mercury Transmit tho).
I would love to have a fix, gets me annoyed big time.
Brian Williams commented
Steve, can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org? I have done some testing this evening with Windows 10 and NVIDIA driver 441.12, and I am not experiencing any crashing. I assume you mean the built-in Mercury Transmit to a secondary desktop monitor?
If you email, if you could add a few more things:
1. Screen shot of your Playback settings
2. An exported text report from the System Compatibility Report (Help > System Compatibility Report)