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    Keith Sanborn commented  · 

    I started getting this bug in 14 as well. Premiere just started refusing to relink to the original .srt file I had imported for open captions.

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    Keith Sanborn commented  · 

    That's kind of odd. I have used duplicate without this problem, I believe. One work around is to export the Open captions file for the first language, then export it as a .srt file. Reimport that with a new name and you should be ok. That's what seems to work. But there is still a lot of work to be done by Adobe with the open captions and import/export and everything else.

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    Keith Sanborn commented  · 

    Have you tried deleting preview files and deleting Media Cache files? In Premiere 13 you have to delete media cache files manually by navigating to the folder where they are kept. If you look in the Premiere Preferences menu/submenu Media Cache, it will show you where it is. In Premiere 14 you can use the delete media cache provided you use the Preferences setting BEFORE opening any files. But yeah, this does really suck.

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    Keith Sanborn commented  · 

    Though I don't doubt this is a problem and there is much room for improvement in the way Premiere Pro talks to external graphics cards, I have had mixed results. When I have my wx9100 externally connected to my laptop, I am able to select OpenCL. It does not show up as deprecated. If I select Metal, hardware encoding is not enabled for export. It might depend on the capacities of your graphics card. Also, there are main known problems in Catalina with Premiere Pro. I'm running Mojave still. I saw an article on Creative Cow where a guy bought one of the new Mac Pros and had to return it because the graphics cards did not play well with Premiere Pro under Catalina. Apple and Adobe really need to talk about this and get the problem solved. It is in the interest of both, as well as of those who rely on them.

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    Keith Sanborn commented  · 

    I created a multi-layered graphic using the graphic titler function. I click on the position function in the effects control tab and positioned it spatially, then clicked within the master position function in the effects control tab. The screen froze. I could not quit Premiere and when I rebooted, the download windows for both Firefox and Safari were oversized and the whole system was running slowly, both before and after the reboot. I had to safeboot then reboot resetting the pram to restore functionality to the two browser. I tried the same sequence of actions again in Premiere with the same result. I am running Mac OS 10.14.4 and Premiere CC 2019 v13.1. This does not happen using Premiere 12.1.2 (build 69).

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