By Jarle Leirpoll and Andy Edwards
When it comes to troubleshooting, it helps to think of software as what it really is: a collection of files that live on your SSD or HDD drive. So, when something goes terribly wrong, it’s probably because one or more of these files are damaged or, as an IT engineer would say, corrupted
or just a setting that’s been changed.
In this appendix, you’ll get a good overview of the different files that Premiere needs and the settings that are most likely to cause trouble.
It Might Not Be a Premiere Pro Problem
When you experience crashes, playback problems, instability, export issues, and so on in Premiere, it’s super frustrating. And it’s easy to blame Premiere. After all, all the other ...
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