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    44 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As Wes noted, we are looking at many areas for optimization and have made strides in the last few releases already.

    We recognize there are still many areas to improve performance and we are investing in appropriate areas.

    Threads that are catch-alls are often non-actionable. Please keep giving us specific feedback on what workflows are slow for you.

    Technical solutions may not always be as obvious as some people may be suggesting as the application architecture is often very different than people’s conception.

    Short answer. Yes, we want to and will make it faster.

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    John Danielson commented  · 

    agreeing with philip owens below. same issues with any version of 2020 premiere on my imac pro. i’ve had an overall horrible user experience cutting anything simple in the timeline. hit pause during playback and the playhead might decide to stop anywhere between 40-80 frames later. always having to toggle back to the point where i wanted to make a cut. even footage that worked flawlessly in 2019 (sony fs7 xavc i) will start to drop frames and lag inside 2020 to where proxies need to be created. reverting back to the latest version of 2019 has been the workaround. i might consider 2020 once we’ve hit 2021.

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    John Danielson commented  · 

    in all seriousness.. how is this not #1 priority and how has this NOT been implemented? this is really all we want. just like the comment below me stated, FCPX and Resolve are LIGHTYEARS ahead when it comes to overall performance. im on a 10core iMac pro with 128 gigs of ram and a Vega 64 GPU yet an h.264 file from an a7sii stutters at full quality playback. HA! what a JOKE! the same file in FCPX and Resolve plays back without a hitch and I can scrub back and forth as my heart desires and I can see every frame flash before me. it's heartbreaking because the software is GOOD but its ******* SLOW and it seems like nobody gives a flying **** in the corporate offices. you'd think with all the cash flying in from monthly subscriptions that adobe could hire someone with an actual brain to fix their bloated software mess. or actually.. does anyone even work at adobe?? open captions have been a buggy mess that hasn't been fixed and yet there's plenty of comments within that thread on here saying, "hey it would be really nice to finally receive a response from adobe about this". or how about the fact you guys said prores raw support was coming Q4 of 2019.. but here we are 2nd month into February with NO response AT ALL from adobe in that thread and yet its people writing daily, "hey so when is this coming? it would be nice to have an announcement at least". yet here you guys are completely ghosting people. what's is going to take for you guys to LISTEN AND COMMUNICATE WITH THE USERS PAYING TO USE YOUR SOFTWARE? a massive strike outside of your corporate offices? dont even get me started on how slow and bloated Lightroom feels. It's 2020 but I feel like im in 1995 with adobe.

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    John Danielson commented  · 

    should be a no brainer considering the new Mac Pro has up to 28 cores but premiere will use maybe 2-4 of them, HA! what a joke of a company.

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