Adobe fixed a Premiere Pro CC error that caused some speakers to burn on some Apple MacBook Pro laptops.
13.07.2019 0 Comments
Adobe has released an official statement stating that it fixed a bug in the Premiere Pro professional non-linear video editing program that could, under certain circumstances, damage the MacBook Pro speakers. The corresponding patch with corrections came out last Friday.
Recall that at the beginning of the month several MacBook Pro users complained that the dynamics of their laptops burned out due to a mysterious bug in Adobe Premiere Pro. Then it was said that because of this error, the laptop suddenly begins to emit a loud, distorted sound, which leads to irreparable damage to the speakers. Later, one of the users posted a video on YouTube demonstrating the error.
Last Friday, the official support forum of Adobe, devoted to the discussion of this problem, appeared in Adobe's official comment. Carefully mentioning “a small number of users who reported an error in Premiere Pro that could disable the dynamics of the latest MacBook Pro models,” he pointed to the patch.
The list of fixes lists not one, but four errors that the update eliminates: loud noise "when playing a project and adding effect" tracks with different effects "and buzzing" when playing back fragments of absolute silence in the mix tracks (Submix) ".
Adobe strongly recommends that everyone install the latest software update (version number 13.0.3). But what about those who already burned speakers? In fact, the company acknowledged the mistake, but did not offer any compensation to the affected users.
Source: The Verge