Premiere Pro CC 2019 fixes MacBook Pro speakerblowout glitch

September 10, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img Now playing: Watch this: Mentioned Above Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (13-inch, space gray, 2017) Laptops Software 4:44 Adobe on Friday pushed out an update to Adobe Premiere Pro CC via its Creative Cloud app to fix the glitch in the previous version that seemed to kill the speakers on late-model MacBook Pros.The message was posted to the Adobe Community thread tracking the situation:UPDATE: Adobe had a small number of user reports about an issue in Premiere Pro that could affect the speakers in the latest MacBook Pro. Adobe has released a patch via the Creative Cloud app to help address this issue. Please update to 13.0.3.  The original story about the bug, published Feb. 6, follows.We don’t often hear about software physically damaging hardware, and it’s generally not widespread, which makes the “Premiere blew my MacBook Pro speakers” thread on Adobe’s Premiere Pro forum all the more notable. And now you can hear it for yourself. Originally published Feb. 6.Update, Feb. 22: Added news about the fix. See it Share your voice See It $1,184 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Almost everything inside the new MacBook Pro is new and… Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Best Buy 2 reading • Premiere Pro CC 2019 fixes MacBook Pro speaker-blowout glitch • Comments Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Apple $1,399 Preview • Apple takes light-touch approach to 13-inch MacBook Pro update Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors There aren’t extensive complaints, though when 9to5Mac posted the news, readers piped up with “it happened to me, too” comments to its Twitter account. It also seems to be limited to the 15-inch 2018 MacBook Pro.At the moment, there are lots of theories floating around as to why and when it occurs — it seems to occur in conjunction with “an awful noise” and “apparently it happened because an effect was applied to the audio clip while it was still playing.” While there are reports of the noise with headphones, we didn’t see any claiming the headphones were damaged.The accounts go back as far as November, but new ones keep surfacing.Apple didn’t reply to a request for comment; Adobe’s looking into it. See All Tags Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Applelast_img

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