Nick Spiropoulos: Activity About Liked Images
Nick Spiropoulos

Member Since:
July 8th 2013
11 Posts
Premiere Pro Interface Lag (2018 and 2019)
by Nick Spiropoulos 7 months ago
this is a crosspost from the official Adobe forum site. I'm desperate So far this issue only appears to be happening when working with existing project files made by two of my nine in-house Mac edit s
Re: Premiere Pro Interface Lag (2018 and 2019)
by Nick Spiropoulos 7 months ago
After simplifying to a single HD video (ProRes 422 LT at 29.97) and a couple of WAVs, the lag issue remains. All but two computers (7 out of 9 edit suites) have no issues and can handle much more comp
NVIDIA Card with Yosemite and Premiere causing major graphics failure
by Chip Burns 5 years ago
For the past few months I have been experiencing extreme graphics failures, primarily when running Adobe Premiere Pro CC 14. This photo is the start of what I'm talking about: The video display begins
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Florian Boni liked this 4 years ago
Re: NVIDIA Card with Yosemite and Premiere causing major graphics failure
by Nick Spiropoulos 4 years ago
http: www.nvidia.com Download index.aspx Select your card type, OS. When I enter my info for my Mac's Quadro K5000, I would choose to search for the ODE Graphics Driver in the download type.
Do you find Premiere Pro Unreliable?
by Lance Moody 5 years ago
Hi There, Was wanting to hear from other working editors as to whether or not you have found PP to be much more unreliable since the October updates My experience is that, while I can usually get thin
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Nick Spiropoulos liked this 5 years ago
Re: Do you find Premiere Pro Unreliable?
by Grzegorz Kwiatkowski 5 years ago
I was writting about it in my previous thread. The flickering problem is just unbelievable. Many users have this issue. It wasnt there in CS6. CC2014 is just unusable for proffessional work https: mob
So is that it - have Adobe won?
by Steve Connor 5 years ago
Very quiet over here, has everyone given up protesting Has anyone actually changed their position on the subscription model, either way No sig on my posts as it's apparently very old fashioned
Re: So is that it - have Adobe won?
by Steve Modica 5 years ago
Setting aside the subscription model, I have to say that Adobe has been amazingly helpful in finding and fixing bugs. Since we sell NAS based storage, we obviously run into a lot of work flow question
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Nick Spiropoulos liked this 5 years ago
Digital Asset Management
by Angelo Lorenzo 8 years ago
I'd like to think my DAM structure is pretty robust. Without going into huge detail, we mostly work on tv commercials and webseries so our assets are put in a main client folder, then sub-divided by e
Re: Digital Asset Management
by Nick Spiropoulos 6 years ago
My organization is also looking into Adobe DAM systems. We are a 70-100 person company, with 8 edit suites, a 10 person graphics department, 12 person interactive experience programming department, an
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