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Premierre Pro Bugs - CPU 100%

I know I should post this to the Adobe Forms, but I think people here will be more helpful.

 

I recently started using adobe CC, and even with 4 tracks with clips/grapics, my cpu is very rarley over 50%. Today I tried to import a video (5.17 seconds). It's a piece of B-Roll, and whilst it played back normally, When I reversed it, CPU spiked up to 90-95%. It has never happened before, so I tried creating Proxies. I started the project from scratch, yet whenever I reverse a clip, CPU still goes up to 95%. If anyone has a solution, please tell me as it's literally driving me crazy

 

My Rig:

Laptop - Clevo NK50SB

CPU - Intel Core i5-10400 (Desktop CPU)

Ram - 32GB HyperX (2999Mhz)

Storage - 1TB Crucial P1 M.2SSD

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3 minutes ago, George Vella said:

If anyone has a solution, please tell me as it's literally driving me crazy

I thought this was just how it works 😭😭

but yeah some tasks become cpu intensive really fast, like warp stabilizer or fixing rolling shutter, and even adjusting anything in colour effects

PC: Alienware 15 R3  Cpu: 7700hq  GPu : 1070 OC   Display: 1080p IPS Gsync panel 60hz  Storage: 970 evo 250 gb / 970 evo plus 500gb

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Yeah, to reverse a clip I'm having to import it into a seperate timeline, reverse it, export it, then import the version I edited. Premiere Pro can really suck sometimes

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