I just started using adobe premiere so sorry if I don't know what I am talking about. Every time I try to preview stuff on the timeline or render a video, adobe premiere cc crashes. If I try to make the video, put it in queue and start the queue it still tells me it has stop working even if I closed it and only have media encoder open. Even then I can not render anything. I have re-installed it, tired to use different GPU drivers, CPU drivers, sign out and in to creative cloud. Nothing has worked. If you know a way this could be fix please let me know. Specs: i5-2320 @3.00GHz, 8GB Ram, 1TB Hard Drive, GTX 660 and all of it is on Windows 7 64-bit.
EDIT: Just installed Quick Time to see if that would help. Did not help at all.
Try using another video file like this sample from blueskyfootage.com
Cut and export that see if you have any trouble...
Mark: It has been set to that all this time.
Jayson: I downloaded that video file and put it in Adobe Premiere CC. I kept putting in the timeline until I got to the 3 minute mark. I started previewing and it did not crash! So I then tired rendering it and again it did not crash!
So my next question to all of you is how can I make CC work with AVI?
AVI is a container format. So your video files could be encoded in who-knows-what format.
My recommendation would be to convert them to another format before bringing them into Premiere. You can try using the Adobe Media Encoder, or perhaps something like Handbrake.
This is the message it tells me when it crashes well I'm trying to render.
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