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Bugs of the Week - 6-22-13

After a bit of a hiatus, Bugs of the Week is back again.


Like any major software update, Premiere Pro CC has several new and exciting bugs.

Fix for CC applications crashing immediately

Adjustment Layers may not affect nested multicam sequences

Color Curve Tool clips luma at 100%

Matrox Mini is not yet supported in Premiere CC

Changing the compatibility mode to Vista could fix situations where Premiere won't load (Windows)

Trick for installing Adobe apps in multiple languages

Audio gets cut off at the end of a clip

Audio waveform sync doesn't work with one camera angle and multiple audio files. Here's a workaround.

The CC installer doesn't not contain Functional Content

Adobe Encore is not part of Creative Cloud but here's how to get it if you don't have a perpetual license of CS6

Fix for Cineform clips being the wrong duration (Windows)

Premiere may not boot for some Windows users with old graphics drivers

Premiere CC no longer creates a new sequence with a new project (this is probably a good thing but it's causing some confusion)

Cannot sort clips by creation date

Clip Mixer levels can reset when stopping playback


Media Composer 6.5.3 released with lots of fixes

Media Composer 6.0.4 released. Among the usual bug fixes, it also includes a new XML export option for markers.

Workaround for failure rotation stabilizer failure in the 3DWarp effect

Repeated frames on QuickTime imports

Performing a mixdown instead of transcoding can sometimes prevent gamma shifts

Dongle Manager may not launch if permissions are incorrect


Apple finally fixed a bug we reported a year ago that prevented certain apps from opening QuickTime movies that did not have a chapter marker on the first frame. We've been working around it but it is now fixed in OS X 10.8.4 so we recommend updating.

Posted by Jon Chappell on Jun 23 2013 to Bugs of the Week, Video Editing, Software