As we know the most common fix when we get a distorted green with purple bars and scan lines after importing a non-corrupted video clip that plays without problem on any video player is by changing the video clip extension from .mp4 to .mpg or disabling hardware acceleration in Premiere. I was rushing a presentation earlier this morning, that was presented a few hours ago, when I encountered the problem but the recommended solutions did not change anything. Seriously, I know you know the hassle of something impeding your workflow when you're against time. At first I tried to export the clips just to see whether it was just Premiere's playback that was malfunctioning. I even went through the hassle of reinstalling Premiere. It was such a pain. Then I recalled, the previous driver displayed anomalies and glitches even when watching movies on my PC as well as issues with some games. With the latest drivers I have had no issues with games, just minor hiccups on videos when played back until with the problem I encountered earlier this morning. Cutting to the chase, I rolled back to an earlier driver 220.127.116.1144 and viola, I restarted Premiere and the issue was non-evident as if it never occurred. But that's not much of a fix, is it now? Well, I know there won't be any quick fix to this issue as of now, so I'm merely reporting that please look into it and include a fix when you release a new driver update. I don't know if it's an isolated case on my part.
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Cloud you let us know the version of drivers that make this situation happened?
I was checking your case and would like to know if you need further help. If so, please do not hesitate in replying back.
sorry took time to reply.
I encountered the problem with 15.65. I rolled back to 15.60 and the problem went away.
Well if it would be good if I could use the latest drivers without the issue I'm having with it when previewing and editing in Premiere Pro. You see, I thought the preview was just messed up so I tried rendering the video but after encoding, the video looked just like the preview. I'm not sure if you can replicate this issue on your side. I have 8gb of 2400Mhz system memory in dual channel, i3-7100, 2TB hdd, have a very decent cooling solution, temps are ok so no way because it's malfunctioning because of overheating. I don't have any other peripherals that might have caused the issue. I don't have a video card. I deduced it as a driver issue since everything else is ok and the only thing I changed was updating the to the latest driver 15.65 and had this issue with Premiere and "fixed" the problem by rolling back. Which isn't really to be considered a solution.
I know the likely scenario if you would render videos, it's not recommended to use an i3 and without a graphics card but I work with what I have.
Thank you for your response.
Allow me to share with you that I was able to replicate the situation on my end. I want to analyze the variables in your system as part of the investigation process, for that please fill up the information on the following link /thread/77761 https://communities.intel.com/thread/77761, this will help me to continue the investigation.
I was checking your case and would like to know if you have been able to fill up de information.
Hello Leonardo intel_corp
I am encountering the same bug as kevsan but with Premiere Pro CC 2018 (up to date as of May, 30th 2018).
=> I initially encountered the bug back in March, when I guess what happened is my Win 10 system automatically updated the display driver.
Symptom : video clips display (and export) riddled with distortion and green and purple lines in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018.
At first I couldn't understand where the bug was coming from, and I reinstalled my whole OS, which was not painless, but solved it.
=> Yesterday I tried to update the intel display driver (first with the last one Gigabyte provides for my motherboard, 18.104.22.16825), and the bug reappeared
I then went to Intel's support site to try the most up to date driver (22.214.171.12494), and the bug was still there.
After finding this message thread, I could solve the problem by installing 126.96.36.19901 (from Intel's support site), as recommended by kevsan.
=> I have to add that the bug wasn't occurring in DaVinci Resolve or VLC
=> I'll send you ASAP the info requested.
Hope this will help solve the bug very soon.
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With the recent graphics drivers for Intel HD 630 (at least from ~ Feb/March 2018 versions, up to version 188.8.131.5294),
Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018's display and export of video clips is garbled with distortion/duplicate ghosting, bad color, and moving green and purple lines.
workaround: revert back to driver version 184.108.40.20601
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Thank you for joining the community and for all the information provided allow me to investigate the case, I will be posting back when news becomes available.
Thank you for your response,
Looking into your case I would like you to try the new driver release for your Intel® 630 HD graphics version 220.127.116.1136, please follow these steps in order to update the graphics driver:
I just installed 18.104.22.16836, and so far, the bug is not appearing anymore in Premiere Pro !
I'll keep using this new driver version and will give you some feedback if there is any problem.
Thanks a lot for your quick help !