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Chris Wright
Re: Premiere Pro CC playback choppy during editing
on Mar 7, 2016 at 8:42:03 pm
Last Edited By Chris Wright on Mar 7, 2016 at 8:57:56 pm

Since a lot of people have been having problems with smooth playback,
here's my total "make everything playback smoother" solutions chart.

1. you can try rolling back to an earlier video driver

"old drivers from 2014 work better (performance-wise) than the current ones"

2. add premiere in NVidia Control Panel as an application for discrete gpu
3. deleting all preferences/clean media cache files/also in Roaming folder
4. Make Sure The Composite Preview During Trim is Turned Off and also make sure your Reference Monitor is Also Closed it Will Help Solve the Choppy Playback
5. Set Preferences : > Audio hardware > Default Input: to None
6. install latest updates for Adobe and your gfx card or roll back driver if using older gfx card
7. is your gfx card supported for cuda? By default, CUDA needs at least 768M video RAM
go to:file-project settings-video renderer-is it greyed out?
8. download a monitoring program that tells you what is maxed out, your disk cache speed, cpu, gpu, RAM, etc. That should narrow down the problem.
9. "Why am I getting yellow and red lines running through my footage on pause?"
render the timeline (press the Enter key on your keyboard) so that yellow lines along the top of the timeline turn green
10. toggling off the High Dynamic Range setting and LUT's in the setting menu of the Lumetri Color panel improves gpu
11. if you're using AVHD footage, the cpu could be maxing out. try transcoding with handbrake to quicktime png to test
12. disable "High Quality Playback" setting in the monitor wrench menu improves gpu
13. disable mercury transmit
15. freezing up on mac permission issue
16. disable/remove soundcard if all else fails
17. CC 2014 playback is better, well maybe a little...

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