Bug Report: Speed Issues in Premiere 2020
Any speed change that brings a clip over 100% speed results in choppy playback.
Antoine Autokroma.com (Independent Developer of AfterCodecs, BRAW Studio, PlumePack, Influx) commented
Quentin you could always try to downgrade your project by hacking the .xml inside the .prproj : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8ecJNJsnn8
Quentin Yanez commented
UPDATE: ADOBE RESPONDED TO ME
This is what they had to say, basically...
"We know, just use 2019."
This includes having to backtrack to 2019 versions of premiere, after effects and media encoder. Sorry but... it's 2020. How did they break such a crucial component that so many of their creators use. No "sorry for your inconvenience", we get to spend a bunch of money for software they seem in no rush to patch.. Goodbye to everything I started in their 2020 version of premiere.
Thomas Dawson commented
This worked for me
Drew Soper commented
Im having issues with my audio and videos i put into timeline that are being too fast with the video and audio and i NEVER messed with the speed, and it even says its at 100% is this a bug and or anyone know how to help me fix these issues :( ?
Andi van Heyden commented
I have the same problem and a deadline! Totally unuseable!
Alexandre Witschi commented
Same problem here.
Temporary solution of Ewan Fletcher works, where you need to render the clip.
At least I can edit!
ADOBE WAKE UP!!!
Darren Rowlands commented
Having the same issue. How can this still be an issue after months? Please fix ASAP this is a basic function Adobe it's not acceptable.
Ewan Fletcher commented
Btw a temporary workaround for basic speed changes - if you nest the clip you want to speed up before changing the clip duration, then change the speed of the nested clip, you will be required to render to get playback, after rendering the clip plays back at the new speed without the choppiness/stutter.
Very annoying workaround but got me out of a hole.
Ewan Fletcher commented
Lars Dankert commented
Same here...Frame Freezes after Speed-changes...Not cool Adobe...Nooooot cool!
Daniel Lesser commented
Please fix this Adobe, this is a terrible situation you've put us in
Michael Linder commented
I'm sick of Adobe cut-and-paste replies, blaming customers' computers when 2020 14.0.1 is the issue: slow playback with stuttering audio and multi-frame backtracking regardless of CUDA settings. Just as galling is Adobe's refusal to apologize, admit its mistakes and keep customers aware of resolution progress. Transparency is the responsibility of CEOs, Shantanu Narayen.
Being tone deaf to customers is inexcusable lack of corporate governance. Time to follow the money trail and take Adobe's failures to stock market websites in advance of the company's March 12 quarterly conference call. Adobe's Busines Ethics hotline: (800) 300-1026,
Ivan Sierra commented
I have the same issue. I really surprised cuz I didn't think that many people gonna have the same problem. We need a solution. It's our tool to work and we have to respond to our clients. We pay for good software.
Anthony Ambrose commented
This bug also screws with proxy files. Premiere 2020 seems to be really buggy. Lots of other things that just don't work right that seemed to work fine in previous versions. Need an update with fixes.
Marek Niewiarowski commented
Adobe Please Please fix this. I just updated and now it is affecting my clients and my business. The issue is glitchy playback in higher frame rates, plus ramping issues
Bill Griepenstroh commented
I've noticed this issue as well. Adobe needs to fix this ASAP or I'm going to have to switch to Final Cut.
Chris Bogle commented
awful playback since upgrading. Shuttling at double speed results in audio dropout and stutter. Working with MXF files at 1080P but happens with proxies too.
Vernon Mortimer commented
I can't believe Adobe is charging everyone so much money for subscription and they're not fixing all these issues for months! I have a whole list of things they need to fix. Speed ramping is so important to so many people, and the dynamic link between premiere and audition also doesn't work. Super annoying!!! kudos Adobe 👏🏽 just perfect 👌🏽
Nicholas Boscarello commented
Same Here, it's been more than 5 month that we have the same problem.
You can't review the footage that if you play the timeline is playing at 0.5fps.
This is unaccettable.
We're now thinking of switching to Resolve.
Patrick Fuller commented
Ok, so I had a very similar issue so I tried exporting just a few in/out points to see what would happen. Turns out that if my in/out points contained a marker the export wouldn't work... so I removed all of my markers and rendered the entire video perfectly.
I have no idea what this means or if it's an isolated incident, but wanted to share just in case it makes sense to anyone else who could find a real fix to this issue.