Today we are releasing an update to Premiere Pro CC. This version (Premiere Pro CC 7.2.2) contains a number of important bug fixes and is recommended for all users. Please note that this release does NOT contain the extensive new features recently revealed as forthcoming; more information on when Adobe Creative Cloud members can expect to see that major update will be coming soon.
Users can install this update directly from the Creative Cloud desktop application.
A list of notable issues resolved in this release appears below.
- Audio could drop out during playback.
- Red frames were sometimes seen on export, particularly with XDCAM HD 422 smart rendered exports.
- Older AMD GPUs were showing performance degradation, sometimes significant.
- Erratic playhead behavior was observed when scrubbing in the Timeline in Mac OS X 10.9.x.
- Rendering a sequence could cause red frames to be generated with XDCAM HD 50 clips with Preview Rendering Setting of XDCAM HD 50 NTSC 1920×1080.
- XDCAM HD 422 QT files were sometimes not decoding properly.
- Performance issues were seen when working with growing files.
- The Locate Media dialog could not open with the correct location even though the “Path:” field started with a valid initial guess for location.
- Transitions on speed-changed multicam clips were removed when flattening.
- Multi-camera previewing could go black in Program Monitor when the selected camera did not extend to the current playhead position.
- Timeline clips’ FX badge popup menu (Motion, Opacity, Time Remapping) could be difficult to open.
- Multicam Sequences could move in the timeline when flattened if they had speed changes applied.
- Source settings were not accessible from a Merged clip created from a R3D / RED video clip.
- Smart rendering Canon XF files could result in stalls during the export
- Transitions were erased from multi-camera sequences after flattening.
- Some growing XDCAM files could play back with unwanted artifacts.
- The order of effects applied to a multi-camera source sequence could reverse after flattening.
- The display could go to energy saving mode during long periods of playback.
- Spanned CanonXF media on an XSAN could import incorrectly.
- Duplicate bins were created for each sequence imported from a single project.
- Project import could take a long time if the project being imported contained offline media.
- Occasional hangs occurred when adjusting volume in the Clip Mixer.
- Marque selection in the Project Panel sometimes selected items in the incorrect order.
- Double-clicking in the Project Panel when in list view could invoke the Import dialog unexpectedly.
- Audio from P2 media could import incorrectly.
- Export To Tape could exhibit issues if a file was growing at the same time.
- Red Rocket failures could sometimes occur with 16:9 media.