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  • CC24 the Best in a While?

    Posted by Rich Rubasch on January 12, 2024 at 7:15 pm

    I had all kinds of odd problems going back to CC20 in Premier. CC22 was probably the most stable with the updates I needed…and CC23 was not any better….still plagued with window issues, keystrokes not working etc. But it seems that CC24 has delivered a very stable version with most of my issues fixed. I run Monterey on a 2018 iMac Pro. Consensus on this?

    Tom Morton replied 1 month, 2 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Dennis Dean

    January 12, 2024 at 10:12 pm

    Hey Rich,

    Running a 2020 iMac with the 3.8 Gig 8 Core Intel i7 and Premiere 24.1

    This is probably the fastest, smoothest version I’ve found. Every now and then when I’m deep into a menu, usually effects, I’ll click to modify a keyframe or size and it will freeze up. But that’s much rarer than it used to be. If it happens too often I tend to reboot the Mac in Safe mode, restart in regular mode and toss the Premiere prefs and settings and that usually takes care of it for quite a while.

  • Tom Morton

    January 15, 2024 at 7:54 am

    I don’t disagree, I haven’t had any major problems with this edition, and glad that it’s working for others.

    However, for me it’s too little, too late. One of my goals for this year is to completely switch over to Davinci Resolve – I’ve been dabbling in and out of it lately, and this year I’ve taken the plunge and imported some current Premiere Pro projects into Resolve and started working on them. This was driven partly because I spent half an hour with Lumetri trying to color correct some footage, couldn’t get it right, brought it into Resolve and made it look perfect in 10 minutes with no prior knowledge of how to use it!

    Adobe have lost my trust really, they continue to not listen to user requests, continue to launch poorly built, untested products, and I feel they are no longer trying to chase the professional market. This post is a great example, it’s so rare to get a stable product release that it’s caused you guys to post about it! So while I’m glad for you guys, I don’t regret my decision! 😁😁

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