bug premiere pro 2020
bug report on premiere pro 2020: playback stop while playing on timeline and then display message: "A low-level excerption occurred in: Adobe Player (Player:11)" - then Premiere crash, and i have to force quit from force quit application. i'm working on a MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports), 3,5 GHz Intel Core i7,
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Jean-Marc Rousseau commented
Same issue here:
Adobe PP 2020
Ricardo Farias commented
If you are in a rush to finish your work, you can downgrade the project and open in Premiere 2019 that has no problems.
You can check on youtube. I used this vídeo and worked.
The name of the video on youtube is:
Open a New Premiere Pro Project on an Older Version[Mac]! Downgrade a Premiere Pro Project!
YES!!! WORKING FINE!!!
Just use PREMIERE 2019, that must be still in your computer.
Ricardo Farias commented
Same issue here
Rich Bailey commented
Same here, started happening after I updated my iMac to Catalina, then updated Premiere Pro to 2020. Not sure which one is causing the bug, but it is making my workflow nearly impossible. Please remedy immediately or post a solution.
The footage is a mix of client footage (type unknown) and H.264 footage. Works fine until I try to play at faster speeds using the L/J keys...looks like this is the same issue with everyone.
The Anchor Church commented
I am experiencing the same issue.
macOS Catalina v. 10.15.1
3.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5
32 GB 2400 MHz DDR4
Radeon Pro 580 8 GB
Using .MOV files with H.264 codec. No extra speed applied to the video clips. Seems to move along fine until I try to PLAY it at faster speeds using the L key.
Pruth Shankarappa commented
Can you please give us a little bit more info on this issue?
- Type of the media used (H.264 or HEVC or some other format)
- Did you have speed applied ( > 2x) to the clip?
Sean Coyne commented
Yes, same problem. We have 6 people working together on a Team Project so can't roll back to a previous version. Desperate for a fix to this ASAP. Must be a bad software/hardware configuration problem because not all of our Team Members are experiencing it.
MacOS Mojave 10.14.6
iMac 27 - 2017
3.5 GHz i5
Radeon Pro 574 4GB
Arthur Allen III commented
I'm having the same issue.
iMAC 27 - late 2013
macOS Mojave 10.14.3
3.5 GHz Intel Cocre i7
16 GB 1600 MHz DDr3
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4096MB
John Pooley commented
Corban Monger commented
I ran into this bug as well. I just finished a clean install of Mojave on a 2012 Mac Pro (5,1) with a new install of CC 2020. First time using Premiere on this computer, playback on the timeline and the error appeared.
macOS Mojave (10.14.6)
3.46 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon (single X5690)
AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB
64GB 1333MHz DDR3
1TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD
Nick Nokes commented
Same here. This is a major issue for us.
rogelio diaz commented
Same issue, Im losing precious work time, and taking lot of stress because of this.
A low-level excerption occurred in: Adobe Player (Player:11)
2.9 GhZ IntelCore i7
Radeon Pro 560 4096 MB
Intel HD Graphics 630 1536 MB
16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
Kevin Monahan commented
The team knows about this issue and is working on a fix. Please upvote.
Dylan Tedaldi commented
Same problem. Working with a project from earlier version that I had to update to premiere 2020. Keeps crashing now.
chris chitaroni commented