Preview renders adding extra frames exponentially in Premiere Pro CC 2014

Having this strange anomaly happen when rendering previews. The preview render dialogue box starts adding extra frames and the thing becomes an exponential loop gradually moving to 100% but never reaching it even if the render is only 10 frames long.
On a Z800 with dual X5570 12GB RAM Intel processors Nvidia and Blackmagic Decklink 2 video cards.
It most seems to be happening around PPro generated title GFX and with dissolves. The strange thing is I can render small sections by setting discrete in/out render areas, but there is always a small section that won't render. This has just started happening on the latest 2014 update of CC.
Have been using CC for the previous 12+ months without incident, so it would seem to be something in the latest version. Not killing me, but it is a bit strange and kind of annoying.
Anyone else having a similar issue?
cheers Pete.

This sounds like bug that was fixed in the update released this morning (CC2014.0.1. aka, 8.0.1). Please let us know if the update does not resolve your exact issue.

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