I've tried for a week now about every playback problem solution i've read about on the net but with no luck. So i hope someone can help me.
I bought this machine specially for video editing.
Intel Core I7 6 Core CPU email@example.comGhz, 12 Gb Ram ( Premiere is set to 9Gb),
64 bit Windows 7 Pro + Sp1, Evga Geforce 285GTX, Vertex Limited 100 Gb SSD for System and Programs, Asrock X58 Extreme 6 motherboard
2 x 1 TB as Raid 0 on Marvell onboard Raidcontroller
3 x 1 Tb as Raid 5 on Intel onboard Raidcontroller
2 x 1 Tb as seperate disks
Premiere Pro CS5 and CS5.5 and with update to 5.5.1
First i had no problems in the playback, editing, or previewing of clips from my 5D.
But now after my vacation an imported clip, stutters very short every 6 to 15 seconds. Like some 20 frames are missing.
Before you think it would be a to much of a load, it even happens with a 640 x 480 25 fps clip!!
The clips are comming from my 5D. 1080 25fps, 24 fps and even 480 /25. And taken with firmware from 2.0.4 to 2.0.9
It's visible in the small preview screen, source or sequencce screen.
I've tried a lot so here's a list.
In Premiere: mercury engine on/of. render options, performance/Memory, Changed the way the pagefile, mediacache, media and previews are spread over disks and raids.
Upgraded and Downgraded the graphicscard driver to latest and back again.
Deleting in steps every unneccesery software, and running processes.
Disable virus and firewall and internet connection.
Change .MOV extensions in .mpg
Delete quicktime Pro
Than I Went back to an early diskimage with only the sytem and SP1 on it and CS5.
After a format of the system SSD and a clean install i ran Premiere on just the onboard VGA driver.
Clean install systemsoftware + SP1 + programs. Disabled the two raids in the bios to normal disks. I did not install any audio drivers, normally there would be the realtek onboard audio, and my M-Audio firewire 410 driver.
What else can i do, or check?
Thanks in advance for your help.