Hello all, I'm working on a very large project, which requires that I have my video clips separated into a number of different bins. Every time I switch bins, all the thumbnails have to reload as I scroll through them.
This is the first time I've had to use MTS files, which I think may be part of the issue. I've used a variety of other types of video, but have never run into this problem before.
Obviously this is a huge issue. It takes about two seconds for each "page" of thumbnails to load. Over time, this becomes tremendously frustrating. It can take a couple of minutes to even get close to finding the specific video file I'm looking for every time I have to switch folders, which happens pretty often.
I've searched all over for solutions but haven't found any. I've tried switching drives, turning off hover scroll--pretty much anything I could think of. My system is brand new, and the specs are good. Anyone who can offer assistance would have my eternal gratitude.
I'm running a Core i7 at 2.5 GHz, with 16 GB of RAM and Intel Graphics 4600.
I'm using Premiere Pro CS6.
I know these aren't the greatest stats ever, but they're far from being bad. It's a brand new system, and I have no problems with any other types of video files. I just don't understand why Premiere won't just cache the thumbnails, and insists on reloading them every time.