make this software behave like professional video editing software
Yo I hate this software. You've attached the word Pro to it. I just spent 2 hours editing and cleaning up footage only to have it freeze up and lose everything I've done despite saving?? Insane. Why is there no recovery function? The mobile version is even more useless to me with its random audio hiccups and crashes, rendering it pretty much unusable. This honestly makes me want to cancel my Adobe subscription. I just updated all of my Adobe software. And still having a VST3 plugin crashes Adobe Premier "Pro". This isn't pro level software. This is shovelware. Ever since Adobe switched to a subscription model I've lost all faith in this company. I'm sorry for the negativity, but all versions of Adobe Premier have been very frustrating to use.
Auto-save is the recovery function; on by default.
There is no mobile version of Premiere Pro; I think you’re referencing Premiere Rush.
We work directly with most major VST plug-in vendors; if you can provide specifics about the crash you’ve encountered, we could pursue it further.
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AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented
"I'm using Klevgrand's Brusfri noise reduction VST and Klanghelm's MJUC compressor also a VST. After adding a second instance of MJUC in my signal chain to boost the volume after the noise reduction"
Matt from the audio team here, can you send me the project so I can investigate?
Adam Wirdzek commented
Thanks for the prompt response. Unfortunately auto save is not working properly because I'm unable to recover any of the work I just lost.
Yes correct, I was referencing Rush. It regularly crashes as well unfortunately.
I'm using Klevgrand's Brusfri noise reduction VST and Klanghelm's MJUC compressor also a VST. After adding a second instance of MJUC in my signal chain to boost the volume after the noise reduction, Premier crashed and I lost everything I just worked on. I'm doing this for work and now I have to tell my employer that the software I'm using crashed so the work I just did was useless. Feels bad.