Vignette bug after update june 2020
After last june 2020 update of Adobe Premiere I am experiencing problems when adding vignette to footage in Lumetri color panel.
Lumetri works fine with all the color options, but when I add some vignette I am getting white blocks in my footage (as shown in the attached image).
I hope that it is a bug and not a problem with my GPU. I am not getting this problem when I change rendering to 'software only'. I also must note that I am using the latest Nvidia Studio Drivers (451.48).
My specs are:
GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Intel i7-5930CK @ 3.50GHz
Keno Aladjuz commented
This has nothing to do with Premiere but with the fact that recent releases of NVIDEA’s drivers are bugged. Roll back to any release before June and you should be good to go.
Jesse Anderson commented
Same problem here... for such a huge company and a product that has been out for so long I don't understand why it's still full of bugs every update... Swapping to Davinci for ever if they dont sort this quickly
Roman Alurkoff commented
Same here. As soon as any HSL, Curves or Color Wheel adjustment is present, it glitches in white screen with few rendered pixel clusters at random spots. Only happens when GPU rendering is selected.
Asus GTX1080Ti last Nvidia update driver 451.48
Premier 14.3.0 Build 38
Running Windows 10
After rolling back from 451.48 to 442.92 Studio Driver, which is only one step back, the BUG is gone. Find the driver here https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/drivers/ It is a patch, but at least will keep you going until Adobe and Nvidia sort thing out.
Matthew Rowley commented
I'm experiencing the same issue whenever I use the Vignette or Colour Wheels and Match in the Lemetri panel.
Really hoping for a fix to this asap, I can't grade my work!
Fernando Ticon commented
Basic correction works fine, but any other secondary, vignette, creative and LUT does but it all. The fix for me was rolling back the NVidia Drivers to the May 2020 release :/
Sean K commented
I get it when copying and pasting lumetri effects or clips with Lumetri on them to other clips/sequences.
+1 for this issue. VERY annoying.
This also happens when trying to adjust colour wheels for shadows / midtones / highlights.
Premiere Pro v14.3.0 (Build 38)
NVIDIA Studio Driver 451.48
Ryzen 1700 @ 3.8Ghz
Adobe, can we have a response / solution on this one please?? Other than downgrading video drivers?
I found a better work-around (rather than using Software Renderer). Roll back your nVidia driver to the February release and it will fix the white blocks problem in the Lumetri panel.
IF YOUI TURN OFF GPU Rendering and just use Software Rendering, the bug (white blocks) goes away. This is only a band-aid, obviously...it needs to be fixed.
I am also experiencing this frustrating issue. It has brought some major projects to a standstill almost.
Random white blocks whenever I use the Lumetri vignette feature.
Gaël VIBET commented
I also have this issue since the last update ...
If someone has a solution, I take it ! :)
Same here (see attached picture), I tested it on multiple files and projects, uninstalled and reinstalled the driver and Premiere Pro, but the problem persists. I also tried to roll-back to a previous Nvidia Studio driver version, but it seems we can't...
I've also noticed that the bug appears when editing the Colors Wheels or the Vignette on Lumetri. Basic corrections works fine.
Here are my specs :
Windows 10 64bits - Up-to-date with Windows updates.
Nvidia Studio Driver - v. 451.48
Premiere Pro CC - v. 14.3.0 (Build 38) - English (international)