We anticipate resolving this problem in an upcoming release, and I will update this UserVoice item to “Completed” when the new functionality is fully tested and available.
With newer Apple systems, especially those based on the T2 chipset, many previously singular states of the Built-in audio interface are now exposed as completely different virtual devices by MacOS. One used to be able to plug in a pair of headphones and let the OS re-route the output automatically. Now, this either requires a manual change, or utilizing new frameworks for the same functionality.
Thanks for your feedback, and please stay tuned.
I don't understand how a 'free' program like DaVinci Resolve has this nailed down, while a relatively costly program like Adobe Premiere can't seem to fix this issue.
Shocked this still isn't reincorporated. But then again, this is Adobe Premiere we're talking about...Jonathan Jones supported this idea ·
I know it's a seemingly minor issue, but this really messes with the ability to edit properly.
Are you able to give any insight as to why Premiere is so terribly buggy? I've been planning my transition to Resolve for awhile now, as soon as I have the time to learn it, which is no small thing being so acclimated to Premiere. Premiere is just so frustrating. A new bug gets introduced every single update.
And of course when I export via Premiere, I get splotchy dots that flash on select clips in the upper right corner.