What took seconds on 2017 (and still does after I reinstalled it), takes 30 minutes, if it ever does appear. Looking at Disk Activity sometimes shows Media Encoder as non responsive.
I can chose a destination, a transcode format, a name without problem, but when I send it over to Media Encoder to ingest...nothing happens. Trying to quit Prelude either hangs and I have to force quit, or it quits and gives me a "Prelude unexpectedly quit" error message - which is happening on every single Adobe program since the upgrade.
I'm beginning to wonder if any of the 2018 programs work at this point as I've had problems with pretty much all of them Currently I'm trying to ingest footage, which was recorded onto Sandisk Extreme cards, copied over to an external hard drive, transcoded into Quicktime Pro Res.
Curtin finished Season 2 solo, but was then paired with co-anchors Dan Aykroyd (1977–1978) and Bill Murray (1978–1980), with Aykroyd being promoted to "Station Manager" in September 1978.
A frequent feature of Update during this time was "Point/Counterpoint", a send-up of the then-current 60 Minutes segment of the same name with James J. SNL's version of "Point/Counterpoint" featured Curtin and Aykroyd making ad hominem attacks on each other's positions on a variety of topics.
The anchor position changed hands frequently under Dick Ebersol, executive producer of SNL from 1981 to 1985.
Brian Doyle-Murray was teamed first with Mary Gross, then going solo for three months, then back with Gross for one more month before finally being teamed with Christine Ebersole for the remainder of the season.
Rocket signed off each week by saying "Good night and watch out." Prior to the final episode of the season, Jean Doumanian and most of the cast, including Rocket, were fired.
Chase hosted the last episode and anchored Weekend Update, as he had on his previous appearances as host.
Chase would sometimes repeat the top story at the end of the segment, while Morris simply cupped his mouth and shouted the headline loudly.
Jane Curtin substituted for Chase during Season 2 for a few shows due to Chase's injury and replaced him when he left in the fall of 1976 and stayed as anchor until the end of Season 5 in 1980.
Doyle-Murray signed off each week with "Good night, and good news." Brad Hall took over the desk of the retitled Saturday Night News in 1982 through most of the 1983 season.
For the rest of the 1983–1984 season, and into the next, there were no regular anchors whatsoever – both cast members and SNL guest-hosts took turns at the chair (Hall himself left the show at the end of the 1983–1984 season).
1975–80 (seasons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 1980–85 (seasons 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) 1985–90 (seasons 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) 1990–95 (seasons 16, 17, 18, 19, 20) 1995–2000 (seasons 21, 22, 23, 24, 25) 2000–05 (seasons 26, 27, 28, 29, 30) 2005–10 (seasons 31, 32, 33, 34, 35) 2010–15 (seasons 36, 37, 38, 39, 40) 2015–present (seasons 41, 42, 43) Weekend Update Weekend Update is a Saturday Night Live sketch that comments on and parodies current events.