The gang over at PremiumBeat has put together an excellent article on Issues, Updates and New features in the latest realease of Adobe Premiere Pro CC. For Adobe Premiere Pro editors this is a must read, loaded with vlauable and helpful information. The most important being issues releated to El Capitan & Premeire Pro, as a result we are advising our customers DO NOT upgrade to El Capitan
until these issues can be resolved.
PremiumBeat by Johnathan Paul
Let’s wrap our heads around the good, the bad and the ugly of this season’s Premiere Pro updates and issues.
Since the release of Premiere Pro 2015, many users have reported all kinds of bugs and issues with the NLE. Many of these users are hoping that the current version’s issues will be resolved in the next release.
Luckily for many users, Adobe has released two major updates so far this year: versions 9.0.1 and 9.0.2, with 9.0.3 coming soon. Let’s look at some of the issues users are still having and take a sneak peek at what’s coming up with the next update.
El Capitan and Premiere Pro
Since the release of El Capitan, new issues have appeared. They range from glitching video playback, Premiere Pro not opening, and problems with exporting a project. Obviously these manner of hiccups aren’t unheard of when mentioned in the same breath as newly released operating systems.
Perhaps a good suggestion to Premiere Pro users would to hold off on the El Capitan update and just roll with Yosemite for now. As we move into a new year and more updates arrive for both OSX and CC, we should finally get to the point where things are running smoothly. Until then, let’s see how we can downgrade from El Capitan to Yosemite. read more...