Bug Report: Speed Issues in Premiere 2020
Any speed change that brings a clip over 100% speed results in choppy playback.
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.
Nikolaos Tsaldaris commented
i found a solution. disable hardware acceleration decoding from preferences and restart Premiere
Ryan Browne commented
Yes, same here. Any clip that gets a speed ramp / time remapping effect causes the app to crash or glitch out to the point of crashing. Please fix Adobe!!!
Willian Jones commented
I´m have same problem too!!! Please adobe!! Fix!
"When we use time remapping the clip we have used it on has a straight meltdown. It then decides itself what it will do in playback. It might freeze on a frame, it might stutter through some of the footage, but what it wont do is play correctly. You can scrub through it see where the effect lands, but you cant play it. You render it, to no avail. This is truly messing up the work flow. Please Adobe fix this with haste!!"
Andrew Fenaughty commented
Same here any speed ramp over 100% is choppy playback really struggling to complete my edit! had this problem with my last film, updated to the latest version of PP and it's STILL there! Can't get any work done i rely on speed ramping so much for my project, Please fix asap!
Jose Saldivar commented
Same issue!! Please FIX!!
Luke Carter commented
This is bad.Same issue on 14.0.1. Cant find a work around for this one.
juan fernandez commented
Please Adobe I bouht a supercomputer for edit in 4k, and now i can't use a basic feature as speed ramps! this is absurd
Chula Pittayapinan commented
I'm encountering this with H265 videos especially shots from iPhone 60fps. My temporary solution is to make a proxy in H264.
I understand that it can be difficult for Adobe to fix since it involve graphic card debugging. Hope you can fix it soon since it's a work-hampering bug. God speed.
Jam A commented
This needs fixed asap, same for me
William Wright commented
Same issue for me... On my machine, playback freezes over the portion of the clip where the speed ramp is located and then resumes playback normally once the play-head has passed that portion of the clip.
Nazari Dorosh commented
ADOBE!! PLEASE FIX THIS ASAP!!! YOU'RE KILLING US ALL!!!
Tiffany Cowan commented
Another person adding to this already noted problem...Please Adobe fix this...Just to reiterate what the issue is. When we use time remapping the clip we have used it on has a straight meltdown. It then decides itself what it will do in playback. It might freeze on a frame, it might stutter through some of the footage, but what it wont do is play correctly. You can scrub through it see where the effect lands, but you cant play it. You render it, to no avail. This is truly messing up the work flow. Please Adobe fix this with haste!!
Orestis Chatzitheodorou commented
Same issue here, sometimes choppy playback sometimes just a freezed frame.
Andy Urtusuastegui commented
Yep, 2020 HEVC and MP4 playback is choppy. 2019 playback is much better.
Andrew Gonzales commented
Why does Adobe feel like they need to constantly update things that were working just fine? Totally unacceptable. F*cks with my workflow. F*cks with deadlines. Wastes time. Loses money. I miss the days before CC.
Ben Karpinski commented
Same thing here
Quentin Yanez commented
I'm also facing this issue.