I have been working on a project for about a month using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, when it began acting strange. Whenever I would select any other program and return to Premiere, it would sometimes take up to a minute for it to allow me to begin working again. It's a project file full of hours of hi res video and hi res stills, so this could have contributed to it.
Much of the footage was just extra video to work with, so I started a new project and imported the sequence that contained my rough draft. It worked well originally, but when I closed the project and reopened it, after less than ten seconds the following message appeared:
"Premiere Pro Debug Event
Premiere Pro has encountered an error.
Selecting the only option to continue, it then said that it encountered a serious error, and would try to save the project before closing.
A few of the segments in the project were project files saved from Premiere Elements, and every time I open the project file it first says that a video filter is missing - I'm not sure if this has anything to do with it either.
I have done much research, and also contacted Adobe Tech Support - the technician went through the same error, and concluded that there is a corrupted file in the midst of the project, and I would have to import bits and peices of the sequence in order to single it out, and dispose of it. If this is the only option, I suppose this painful process will have to be dealt with, but I was hoping that someone here would perhaps have a better solution. I believe this is my last resort!
Here is some additional information on the computer itself:
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thank you sir. Seeing that two Adobe experts suggested the same thing, I went ahead and sliced and diced, narrowing the sequence down to a single problematic .MOV file. I went to the original project, and replaced the file with the same video file and it worked! So the issue was a corrupt file link from it's folder to the Premiere project.
The problem is now solved!