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Adobe Premiere Pro CC updated to v7.2.2

Adobe has updated Premiere Pro CC updated to v7.2.2. This version contains a number of important bug fixes and is recommended for all users.

Notable issues resolved in this release:

  • 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.
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