After Effects CS6 and Premiere Pro CS6 bug-fix updates are available, with performance improvements and some new features. Details here: http://adobe.ly/lsrkmJ
Install the updates and let us know how they work for you. They should solve a lot of problems.
I installed the update and Norton blocked a file. (that has never happened before) Once I releaseed the file from Norton, Premiere still wouldn't load.
I had to reinstall the whole program...now Premiere opens up again.
As a result, I am afraid to allow the update on my other computer.
Why is the update setting off Norton anti-virus? This has never happened in the past.
Keep 'em coming, Adobe. I see nothing in the "fixed bugs" list about the mightykilt error dialog, the titler and export windows reverting to default state constantly, the blank VST audio plugs GUI, and most importantly, the Info pane not updating while trim functions are being performed.
It's a good start.
When I try to start Premiere CS6.01 the loading stops on
"ExporterQuickTimeHost.prm" for 3-4 Min. now (since the Update)
after this time, the Program works normal.
Has anybody an idea about this ???
Todd, a lot of bugs was fixed, maybe it's time to modify editing behaviours, time to think about editors which get used to work with mouse, so called mouse-fans (CS5.5 and older) just by adding a switch near the Snap switch called Selectable Edit Points.
Mode 1: Edit Point(s) are Selectable (CS6)
Mode 2: Edit Point is Not Selectable (Premiere 1.0 - 6.5c, Premiere Pro CS1 - CS5.5)
also adding a checkbox in Preferences > Trim:
Allow Selection tool to select Edit Points inside a selection of multiple Clips
after the switch
Allow Selection tool to choose Roll and Ripple trims without modifier key
details in a Discussion: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4438638
The best way to determine with certainty for yourself if the problem that you were encountering is fixed is to install the update. There are a lot of xies in this update, so it's strongly recommended that you install it anyway.
thanks for the lighting update adobe.
however, even with the update i'm still getting the delay in monitor playback
via my sdi monitor via my blackmagic decklink hd extreme card (macpro, lion 10.7.4)
any advice or possible fixes ?
I fixed my problem by uninstalling CS6 and CS5.5. I then ran the Adobe suite Cleaner Tool. I then disabled my Norton 360 program. I then reinstalled CS5.5 and CS6.
All is well, Premiere loads fine, and all seems to be working normally. So FYI...disable your Norton 360 program before accepting any updates from Adobe.
At this point I am afraid to turn the Norton program back on...sad, but the files in the Adobe update come across as "suspious".
Agian, I tried every other way to fix this, but this solution worked. Deactivate Adobe, Uninstall, Use the Adobe Cleaner program, reinstall with the Norton program disabled.
Big hassle to say the least! But Premiere is working normally now.
I hope this helps others who are also using the Norton 360 Anti virus program. (I still have no idea why the Adobe update set it off)