Fire all the "responsible" staff because of so often untested updates with full of bugs
There comes 22.6, then 22.6.1, then 22.6.2 updates within such short period of time
Staff releasing untested buggy updated,
each is worse than the other one
and relying on and using the paying customers as Ginnie pigs
Organization is so big and has been overlooking on this incompetency
The ones are responsible (in fact, irresponsible) should be fired immediately
Charleston Catchillar commented
Just uninstalled 22.6.2 and went back to 22.5. I don't understand how you guys can release updates and the program just gets worse and worse. Gonna dive into DaVinci in the meantime since it feels like Adobe doesn't care since all their programs are grouped into a subscription and therefore customers are "trapped" if they have to use other Adobe programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator.
Allen Williams commented
There is a cure...just be brave and switch to Resolve 18 - it is amazing. Makes Premiere look and feel like a toy. The basic problem with Premiere is that its still sitting on very old code. And why Adobe doesn't start from scratch and create something amazing is beyond me. They certainly have enough of "our money" to do so. Now Resolve has a descent size learning curve... but patience and perseverance will pay off in the long run. I promise you.
seventy five commented
I am already disgusted with the Never Good Enough stabilizer
"the best one is a prodad Mercalli-V6-SAL one
as a standalone, and its premiere add on no longer works because of no cooperation with Adobe, according to its programmer Uwe (insider news)"
Warp Stabilizer: Never Good Enough: Why Cannot Be As Good as DaVinci Stabilizer or ProDad Mercalli
Premiere Pro Warp Stabilizer has been extremely slow ( does not even work at all in some clips longer than few seconds long) whereas DaVinci or stand-alone ProDad stabilizer (add-on Prodad no longer works fine in the recent versions of Premiere PRO - no thanks to Adobe) in my laptop
Some will say "why don't I get a more powerful processor/system"
I'd say "why doesn't Adobe get their act together and code it good enough to work properly, requiring less resources like DaVinci stabilizer or Prodad Stabilizer"
C'mon guys & girls:
please fix the stabilizer issue first before adding new features (they are mostly beta to be tested anyway)
Matias Canelson commented
I was on v22.5 and today it auto-updated on the background to v22.6.2. Since then Premiere crashed more than it has in the last 12 months and got glitches all the time. I uninstalled v22.6.2 and went back to v22.5. Now Premiere doesn't crash but I'm still getting a lot of glitches on h264 footage (I used to have no glitches).