My issue is that the video, whenever i add an effect or text, like if i do anything to edit the video, in my panel the video has a green thumbnail. after it shows this green thumbnail when i play it back it plays a little of the true clip(s) and then grabs like 3 other random clips usually about 3 or more frames of it, from somewhere else in the video and plays them in place of my video. My work ive done is just deleted! im not understanding whats wrong. Oh and im in adobe premiere pro cs6.0.3. Im actually like semi-new to this but i know this is no editing issue this is a program issue.
Well, having only the Intel chip is not a good start.
Have you gone to the Intel Web site (or to Dell, HP, Lenovo, etc., if you have such a computer), and checked for an updated video driver for your OS?
Intel makes great chips, BUT their video driver support has been horrid. Hope that there IS a new driver, and that by downloading and installing it, your issues will disappear.
so what kind of graphics card would you recommend for me to use then. im glad to give it a shot.
but still trying to update the intel graphics card, i guess it never registered in my mind that they even woul still have updates
If one has a desktop, with a spare slot, the current crop of nVidia CUDA-capable cards gets high marks, and will allow you to use MPE/CUDA. AMD/ATI does some nice cards, but one gives up some extras, available with the nVidia cards.
OK, there are many nVidia video cards, that are certified to provide full support for the Mercury Playback Engine (MPE), and they have CUDA capabilities. There are other nVidia cards, that will work perfectly, after one applies the "hack" to the supported cards txt file. For more background on CUDA and MPE, see this article: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4152667#4152667
Hope that helps, and good luck,
i actually just thought of something, this error started on another computer but continued on my laptop and the other computer is a little newer, not windows 8 but like month before, and it is a really good computer. would you say its still the graphics card. just by guessing?