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- 01/06/19--08:51: _Re: Full panel play...
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- 01/06/19--09:42: _Re: "Run script err...
- 01/06/19--09:20: _HELP: I'm having ma...
- 01/06/19--09:58: _weird premiere/wind...
- 01/06/19--10:03: _Re: Bounding Box fo...
- 01/06/19--10:01: _Re: HELP: I'm havin...
- 01/06/19--10:07: _Re: Can't import HE...
- 01/06/19--10:09: _Time interpolation ...
- 01/06/19--10:11: _Re: Time interpolat...
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- 01/06/19--10:17: _Re: weird premiere/...
- 01/06/19--10:36: _Re: Plug in for PP ...
- 01/06/19--10:50: _Re: Plug in for PP ...
- 01/06/19--11:05: _Re: Video dimensions
- 01/06/19--11:03: _Scrubbing
- 01/06/19--08:51: Re: Full panel playback
- 01/06/19--09:00: Re: Full panel playback
- 01/06/19--09:11: Re: Unable to locate media even manually
- 01/06/19--09:40: "Run script error" when i try to start a new project
- 01/06/19--09:42: Re: "Run script error" when i try to start a new project
- 01/06/19--09:20: HELP: I'm having major issues with Premiere, AE, RAM and GPU Usage
- 01/06/19--09:58: weird premiere/windows problem
- 01/06/19--10:03: Re: Bounding Box for Essential Graphics Broken Again :(
- 01/06/19--10:07: Re: Can't import HEVC-videos to Premiere Pro (2018)
- 01/06/19--10:09: Time interpolation in export and in footages
- 01/06/19--10:11: Re: Time interpolation in export and in footages
- 01/06/19--10:12: Re: Time interpolation in export and in footages
- 01/06/19--10:17: Re: weird premiere/windows problem
- 01/06/19--10:36: Re: Plug in for PP for color replacment
- 01/06/19--10:50: Re: Plug in for PP for color replacment
- 01/06/19--11:05: Re: Video dimensions
- 01/06/19--11:03: Scrubbing
thank you all for your quick reply!
apparently, I wasn't clear enough with my question.. I know this magic with the tilde key and the full-screen option already what I meant was if there is a way to keep the program panel in it's original size (in a way that I can still see all the other panels on the screen simultaneously) while enlarging the monitor inside it up to the maximum of the panel's boundaries?
let's say the program panel takes a quarter of my screen, and the monitor inside it takes a half of this quarter, then my wish is to expand the monitor up to the size of the panel (which is quarter of the screen in this example...).
The only adjustment I know of to increase the relative size of the Program monitor within the pane would be to toggle off the transport controls:
Hello - I have users (graphics designers) using Box Drive, and the more receently implemted MFO (mark for offline access).
So far they have not reported issues with Box Drive, except for slow opening due to downloading content to the local cache.
BOX DRIVE does have an accurate (i think) tag on the folder icon which indicates whether the file is local/synced, uploading / downloading, or in the cloud.
HOWEVER - Box Drive is reporting that some files are not syncing. You can see the list of files not uploading by going to ctrl-alt-****-B and hit the gear icon - it will show you the errors.
Errors we have had:
1. File too large to upload in Box Drive
2. characters in filename
3. too long path-filename - it is theoretically 240 characters but seems to choke if over 200 or so.
4. some unallowed file types
We are looking to use BRIDGE in conjunction with BOX DRIVE to manage a large library of graphics images, so I would be interested in any experience you all have with BOX DRIVE and Adobe CC.
I export a 80-bit project with a capacity of 20 GB, but the final file exports only 3-4 GB!I tried to increase the project to 250 bits, and as a result I received a 10 GB file !!?
I just got adobe premier. I've had it previously and never had this problem. Everytime I click to start a new project..it tells me that it has a run script error then under it says expected. I'm confused.
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-Premiere Pro Video Editing Information FAQ http://forums.adobe.com/message/4200840
This is also posted in the After Effects Forum, but I thought I'd put this up in the Premiere forum too, as a lot of my problems have to do with linked After Effects Compositions inside a Premiere timeline. Original post below:
Hi all, I apologize in advance about how long/dense this post is going to be. This probably should be threeish posts in one.
I’m a senior in high school (take that as you will), and have been editing in Premiere for almost four years now. I wouldn’t say I’m anywhere near an expert with any of the Adobe applications, but I’ve done enough video editing, effects work, and sleuthing around forums to say that I know how to use Premiere and After Effects at a pretty confident level, and am fairly knowledgeable.
I recently upgraded from a mid-2015 11inch Macbook Air, 4gb of ram (it’s what I had from school), to a custom PC Build. The PC is running the following:
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 6-core CPU (w/ stock Wraith Cooler), boosting to 3.80 GHz with no throttling
Gigabyte Aorus B450 Pro Wifi Motherboard
16GB Corsair Vengence LPX 3000 MHz (running at said 3000 MHz)
Asus GTX 1070 Dual OC, 8gb Vram
Samsung 850 Evo SSD
WD Blue 1TB 7200rpm HDD
The most recent version of Windows 10
I’m also running the most recent 2019 CC Updates for all my Adobe applications.
I’m having some problems, some of which may be normal, and some could easily be me expecting too much of a new computer. (I also know that Adobe works loads better with Intel chips, but I got an amazing deal on the Ryzen chip.) I've been hunting around the Adobe Help Forums and r/editors and r/premiere for a while now with little to no luck, so I thought I'd finally ask for some help.
EDIT: Yes, this PC build wasn't built specifically for editing. My brother was the one paying for most of it and was steering more towards gaming, so I tried to find a good middle ground for both our needs (and either way, anything is an improvement to the MacBook Air). I'm starting to wonder if this parts selection is not ideal.
Issues are as follows:
First, a couple more minor things:
After Effects chugs after a few minutes doing rotoscoping with Roto Brush and Refine Edge. Probably has to do with caching all the different frames as they're rotoscoped.
After Effects takes ups insane amounts of ram (although, it is After Effects), and becomes very slow to cache when things get somewhat effect heavy. I’m consistently hitting upper 95+% of RAM usage.
Premiere also pushes the system to the upper 90%’s of RAM usage, but more below.
More pressing issues:
I have zero GPU Utilization in Premiere, Media Encoder, or After Effects. The GPU is not being used to accelerate anything at all. I’m on the most recent NVIDIA drivers, have CUDA acceleration enabled in everything, and the most I’ve seen it pushed was a brief spike to 7% when opening Premiere. Usage in AE is less. I know that GPU acceleration doesn’t work for everything, but I feel like I should be seeing more use out of the GPU.
The other main issue is that when I open up my project file, an After Effects process starts hogging up RAM. The process takes up 10+ GB’s of RAM, plus Premiere itself takes 4 or 5, on top of whatever Windows does in the background. I’m hitting 97-99% RAM Utilization when trying to render previews in the timeline, and near that when just idling on the timeline sometimes. This likely has something to do with the fact that I have several linked After Effects Compositions, but it still boggles my mind. Those linked comps also get stuck as “Media Pending” for between 5-20 minutes. Also, more often than not, closing Premiere doesn’t kill the After Effects process that opens up, and so it keeps hammering the CPU and hogging 8-10 Gbs of RAM with both Premiere and After Effects closed. I have to kill those processes manually or restart the computer. Premiere also has issues closing and will stop responding, sometimes leaving its own processes running after it’s been quit for me to kill in task manager later.
Sluggish timeline performance in Premiere was generally sped up after clearing out cache files. I can't play back linked After Effects Comps on the timeline in Premiere, toggling proxies doesn’t help (which makes sense), and I only managed to successfully Render and Replace an After Effects Comp once before Premiere crashed (I only got it to work that one time by killing the After Effects task I mentioned earlier, a trick that sadly no longer works.) Rendering and Replacing now either crashes Premiere or appears as if it is going to take too much time for me to risk being locked out of my timeline.
I would encode or export the compositions inside After Effects or Media Encoder, but I can’t, because it’s going to take 20+ hours to export a 10-second comp in ProRes 422. Also, rendering preview files of those linked compositions in Premiere isn’t an option either, because that too is looking like it’s going to take over 20 hours. I know to not fully trust the estimated time number in any Adobe app, but at the rate these exports/renders have been moving, and from personal experience, I’d believe it. I feel like this level of performance is not what I should be expecting to see from my system (but I also think I could be asking for miracles).
It’s getting to the point where it’s almost impossible to get any work done, and I have a deadline coming up. This whole debacle has also affected the overall performance of my computer, slowing it down a ton earlier today after I restarted due to After Effects crashing (speed and boot time issues were fixed after restarting 5+ times due to some of the other previously mentioned issues). From what I've been seeing, it feels like these problems have to with the apps themselves, and not Windows stability.
I should note that I shot the project on a Canon t7i, 24fps, h.264 (dunno the bitrate of the top of my head) w/ I think IPB compression? The linked After Effects comps include some simple ones that are just masking and/or roto and layering footage, as well some that have roto, two layers of Echo, two layers of AE Pixel Sorter (3rd party plug-in), as well as some layers of footage (effect plate, clean plate, etc.). The video as a whole is looking like it's gonna sit at about 4 minutes, with nearly two minutes of effects shots.
I have a feeling that encoding all of my original footage to ProRes, Cineform or something less compressed would help with performance and render times, but I have no idea how long that would take given the current performance of the system (I should note though, it rendered something like 50 1024x540p ProRes 422 proxies in what felt like 2 minutes a few days ago, but those are very low resolution. It also handled h.264 proxies of the same resolution fine). I also don’t want to completely uproot all of my project files figuring out how to replace/link newly encoded footage. If it will help, I’m willing to uninstall and reinstall apps, but I’m not sure if that would help.
Anyone know any way to help? If people want pictures or more info, or me to break down the issues individually, just ask. Do know it may be a bit before I can respond. Sorry it's such a bear of a post, and I hope I wasn't overly specific. I know these types of posts can be very vague sometimes, and I wanted to avoid that.
i have this sometimes, i download a video file, i try to move it to my project folder (windows explorer).
and windows says its not possible because the file is opened in premiere pro
but it was never moved to premiere pro
where can i switch off, that premiere adds files automatically from windows?
I confirm that the problem is present in 2019.0.2. It may not be immediately apparent. In my initial test today, I set Windows advanced display scaling to 125%, and the bounding box was visible. I resized the program monitor window and could see the box flash on and off. That in itself may not be a problem. But when I left it in a state without the bounding box, the box remained gone as I added text.
As with this problem before, workarounds are not to use scaling (a problem for some users), to adjust the panel size, or perhaps to use some other scaling (125% itself was the problem?).
Even though such scaling is not recommended, I believe that staff confirmed the last time the problem was introduced (2019.0.0) that this should not occur. It had apparently been a problem previously and fixed previously. I do not use custom scaling, so don't have a problem in any version. But it apparently should work.
It is important to be clear which scaling is being discussed. Windows has 2 adjustable scaling settings. See screenshot below. The first is in the first Display Settings screen called "Change the size of text, apps, and other items." As far as I know, this setting does not create the problem being discussed. The recommended value on my (single) 3840x2160 Monitor is 150%. The recommended values for my Surface Pro monitor (2160x1440) is 150%. The extra monitor on the surface (1920x1080) is 100% (I have it set to 125%).
On that Display Setting page is a link to "Advanced scaling settings." This is the one that causes issues. You can enter a custom setting from 100%-500%, but it is "not recommended."
The saga continues. I decided to try and render and replace the after effects compositions one more time to see if they’d actually get done, as I’ve was gonna be out of the house for a few hours. Came home to this error:
Managed to open task manager to see that Ram Usage was at spiking between 96 and 99% (You can just barely see the runaway After Effects Process that shows up in Task Manager at the top). I took a picture of the error message (I should of gotten one with Ram usage, but wasn't thinking straight) and then tried to take a screenshot on the actual computer. It froze, and the screen went black. At that point, I hit the power button to try and shut it down. It took well over a minute, maybe even two to do so.
Restarting took at least 20 seconds longer than it normally does with the SSD, and the boot into Windows started out with a black screen far longer than I'm comfortable with. When the system boots, it first logs into my brother's account. I logged in and went to switch into my account. The screen went black for a good thirty seconds before I reached the login screen, and it took several seconds longer than usual to log into my account, load desktop icons, etc. After a couple of minutes of an idle desktop, this showed up.
This message came up for me with After Effects yesterday, and I closed it because I wasn't sure about reinstalling. With this crash in Premiere, I thought better of hitting quit, and clicked "repair".
It reinstalled the Creative Cloud Desktop app, and then the Repair message came up a second time when the app was trying to load, so I clicked repair, it reinstalled, and it's back again! So the creative cloud app is broken too! I might try reinstalling from the website, but haven't gotten to it yet. Currently, I can report that the CC Desktop App doesn't open.
And for the record, I checked, none of the Render and Replace clips saved (which is what I expected.)
I'm starting to get really worried here, especially with how this is impacting the overall computer.
Premiere does not support mkv, but some users can import such a file without issues.
I have several clips with different types of time interpolation chosen for them. However, as I've seen in the export media window, there're also three different time interpolation options, frame sampling, frame blending and optical flow. So, I want to ask if i have chosen the frame sampling option in export windows, will all of my clips with optical flow time interpolation become frame sampling time interpolation? Thanks.
The option in the export settings is for export the entire timeline to a different framerate.
If this is not the case leave it default.
Premiere does not automaticly add files to its project.
You need to close Premiere in order to move the file.
Even if the file was added to the project window and later on deleted.
I'm tried to isolate and change a color in a video clip in PP. I realized PP is not well equipped for this type of color work so I made the change in Aftereffects.
Thanks for the links but these tutorials are done on a Mac machine and and do not translate on my Windows 10 machine. For some reason, I cannot get this tool to work on Windows. I can, however, make color changes in Aftereffects.
Can you post a screenshot of your output settings, media properties, and sequence setting?
When I scrub in reverse vertical lines appear on the Timeline. I am using the latest version of Premiere. I have tried previous versions with the same results. User Forum suggestions have not corrected the problem.