Since installing Miraizon DNxHD / ProRes Codec I am not able to play my timeline in real-time. It gives me a few frames and then the video freezes and audio keeps playing. I changed from Performance mode to Memory mode and now it will play through, however if I stop and start a couple times. It reverts to the former behavior. Specs of my system and project below.
I have Premiere Pro CC 2014 on a Windows 8 PC i7-4930 16GB RAM. Drive structure: Win/Programs on 256GB SSD, Project/Media on 1TB SSD, Preview/DB on 5TB RAID 0 7200 Seagates.
I'm working on a shortform project, basically 5 sequences comprising 18mins of a 22min show. Two streams of prores from from a 5D,6D 2 cam shoot, and I'm putting slides, stockfootage, and titles in.
I was able to play my timelines in real-time just fine (preview format DNx 115 1080p 23.976) until installing Miraizon DNxHD / ProRes codec. I got it because the editor putting the final show/QC together is on FCP7.. anyhow after installation I notice my preview files were gone -not surprising-. If I delete my preview files I get a couple clean playbacks (after they regenerate) and then the original behavior, same if I restart PPro.
I tried running the QT installer and "repairing" that after someone suggested that the QT SDK might be the issue. No difference. Makes more sense to re-install DNxHD codec from avid probably- I'll do that next.
Has anyone had a similar issue or Can you suggest what might be going on?