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I just loaded Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 on my system, which meets the requirements as far as I can tell. When I load sequences encoded (from tapes) or created under CS3 (everything I have), the video sequences of the projects all play ''jerky'' and the audio is intermittent. Does anyone know what's going on?
Try maxing out your temp file storage from within the options in the program. Also does the file play jerky when compiled as a finished file. Using an external player. When the file is played or previewed from within the app it was created, with the GUI loaded and possibly the file not being saved, the amount of memory consumed is exponentially increased.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
I had a jerky video problem also with Premiere CS4. Found out that my downloaded video in the source file was NTSC @ 30fps, but somehow for the sequence I picked DV PAL the European standard at 25 fps. So I lost every 5th frame. I finally found it by comparing frame by frame the source and program screnes.
Had to start over again on that video.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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