20th September 2011
Adobe has updated Premiere Pro CS5 for Windows and Mac OS X to version 5.5.1. This update fixes issues that were discovered when using Adobe Premiere Pro with Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). The update also fixes an issue where XML project files created in Premiere Pro don’t work with DaVinci Resolve.
- MAC: Fixed an issue in Mac OS X 10.7 where the Universal Counting Leader is missing countdown numbers.
- MAC: Fixed an issue where Adobe Premiere Pro would crash upon quitting when running on Mac OS X 10.7.
- WINDOWS: Fixed an issue where the Preview was not functioning properly in the capture panel for HDV.
- Fixed an issue where imported Final Cut Pro XML projects that contain multiple mono clips will lose some audio when project is closed and reopened.
- Fixed an issue where exporting to DVCPRO HD 720p60 QuickTime does not complete with graphic, image or synthetic in the sequence.
- Fixed an issue where a clip is repositioned when a CUDA Invert is applied to the clip.
- Fixed a crash in Adobe Premiere Pro when viewing sequence clip in source monitor.
- Improved scrubbing performance with Canon DSLR files.
- Fixed an issue where Adobe Premiere Pro could not find files after changing location of project.
- Fixed an issue where Adobe Premiere Pro would randomly crash on startup.
- Fixed an issue After Effects comp with a background other than black would result in no alpha transparency when Mercury Playback GPU Acceleration was enabled.
- Fixed an crash in Adobe Premiere Pro if you create a new sequence from After Effects, you had the sequence presets tab in focus and no sequence preset selected.
- Fixed an issue where Adobe MXF files are not readable by Sony XDCAM HD Deck, Final Cut Pro nor Media Composer.
- Fixed an issue where Adobe Premiere Pro’s commit size increases when closed captioning is enabled.
- Fixed an import failure with ProRes files created by ATOMOS with 4 tracks of audio.
- Fixed an issue where MCC files exported from MacCaption with a FrameRate set to 50 or 59.94 fails to display in Adobe Premiere Pro’s Program Monitor when attached to sequences that match their frame rate.
- Fixed a display failure with NVIDIA driver 275.36.
- Fixed a problem with incorrect data written to XML files for AVCIntra exports.
- Fixed an issue when a AVCIntra sequence with an adjust start times exports it has an unsupported string in the “StartTimeCode” tag in the XML.
- Fixed an issue when the Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration enabled, opacity effects are being ignored after second transition.
- Fixed a hang or a crash in Adobe Premiere Pro when loading a merged clip with disabled audio channels.
- Fixed an issue where media from Avid Unity QuickTime reference files are not imported.
- Fixed an issue where XML project files created by Adobe Premiere Pro do not work with DaVinci’s Resolve.
- Fixed an issue where image sequences lose their frame rates.
- Fixed an issue where when adding a transition the edges of the clip are highlighted during the transition.