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    Beau Trembly commented  · 

    Holy God I'm so glad people are also having this issue. (Although I can't believe Adobe let this become an issue at all). I feel like I've been taking crazy pills! For some reason the combination of Premiere + the M1 Chip + ProRes files just isn't working. It seems like it just cant render the clips fully. Like others have mentioned, the only solution seems to be to open in Rosetta Mode and turn off the hardware encoding... which completely destroys rendering times, effectively making the power of the M1 chip useless. And of course, this is a non issue when working with Davinci or Final Cut.
    All the compressed H.265 stuff works fine, this seems to only be when working with the ProRes codec.
    I keep hoping an update will fix the issue, but after downloading the newest one today... still no fix. Come on adobe. How can you expect us to stay excited about the program if you can't keep up on this stuff? I guess it's time to move on to greener pastures.

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    Beau Trembly commented  · 

    Yes, I would love to get to the bottom of this.
    How do i send you the files?

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