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How To Stop Premiere Pro From Crashing | Tutorial

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How to get Premiere Pro to stop crashing is a question that many people are asking as new updates continue to roll out. There are a variety of reasons why your version of Premiere Pro could crash. However, there is one main solution that seems to work for a lot of people. We’re going to go over this main solution together, and if that doesn’t work for you, we’re also going to go over a variety of other things to try out. So let’s dive in and fix premiere pro together!

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  1. I just switched to Resolve. Exported the XML from PP. I have "crossed my fingers" for years and this has happened too often in time crunches. I can't.

  2. huh not working, i tryed all things and still crash (not responding error). After i import a video all "looks" good… until i try to play that video or drag in sequence area. And video are not working too -media pending error – and cant fix that because of this error… I miss something or what should i do? ( i have a good laptop for adobe – and last thing iv done is updated new intel graphic . but with old graphic driver didnt crashed)

  3. I have to work on a big production and was running proxies so I didn't have to edit in 4k the entire way, but it kept crashing :/. Turns out turning of gpu acceleration can fix the crashes almost without a performance dip because of the proxies.

    If you are an editor that wants to edit 4k you should look into proxies they're quite handy! Even if i still had to turn of glue acceleration.

  4. Media Cache doesn't exist in my preferences….I just got "unable to create image buffer" randomly for the first time after doing 100 videos, now can't edit or play….

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