on Aug 19, 2015 at 4:07:55 pm Last Edited By doug pagano on Aug 19, 2015 at 4:08:28 pm
I am having issues with a premiere pro CC 2014 project. It is a relatively simple timeline about 60 minutes long with some JPGs and Pro res movies. Base video is AVCIntra 100 30P. I am on an older MAc Pro late 2009 with 16GB ram ATI radeon 4870 graphics card, and an AJA Kona LHI. the project started crashing intermittantly and then ramped up so I can't even export the timeline. I moved the entire project to an external drive and opened on a MACbook pro Early 2011 and got the same problems. The console message that has me intrigued is "premiere pro cc 2014: NSAlert is being used from a background thread, which is not safe. This is probably going to crash sometimes. Break on void _NSAlertWarnUnsaBackgroundThreadUsage() to debug."
Anyone have any thoughts here?
• Disabled Autosave
• Enabled user permissions
• Trashed Preferences, and All cache
• Started a new project and imported old one
• Exported as many different formats
• reset Pram
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