The update manager says everything is up to date.
I just encountered this error message and subsequent crash, myself. I'm running the latest nVidia drivers--which seem to be causing other issues as well.
This error/crash seems is reminiscent of the earlier crash that would occur with large images and hardware MPE. I wonder if the new drivers introduced a regression to this behavior.
I can easily reproduce this. I'll post up a project file and image later; hopefully Steve Hoeg will pop in here. He seems to be the guy on-task with these issues
For people running into this problem, what version of the NVIDIA driver are you using?
I'm using GeForce 266.58, released 01.18.11, on a GTX480 and 5.0.3. I'm going to rollback to 260.99 in a little while, to see if I can replicate it. I've had all kinds of issues since going to these drivers; the "jumpy stills" thread is another issue I hadn't witnessed before.
In the mean time while they sort this problem out why don't you roll back to 258.96 (or any other earlier version than that last one where they made immense changes). That is what I have on my editing computer and it is working perfect on my GTX 480 and my GTX 580.
I am using 266.58
Still no fix, I will also note that my Photoshop Printing process is quite laggy as well.
Hopefully Steve won't mind me mentioning, but I sent him a project file and some images that were triggering the crash, and it seems that he had cornered the issue. Without going into specifics--mainly because I don't know any specifics--this appears to be related to large images that, when displayed using hardware MPE and CUDA acceleration, fill up the memory of the GPU and eventually crash the software. The workaround, beyond not using hardware MPE, is to resize your images.
Can you pinpoint the part of your project that causes the problem? If it's with an image file, you might try resizing it in Photoshop or similar; lowering the DPI and changing the frame size will help this. If it's with a video clip, that might be a different issue altogether and you should probably report the issue with as much detail as possible.
Perhaps a case of doing things, as they needed to be done in earlier versions - Scaling overly large stills in PS, prior to Import?
Just thinking here,
Maybe... but this was a bug, not a matter of practice or performance.
Well it turns out the issue must of been due to the fact I was working with large pictures. I just did a project with just video from a T2i and it worked just fine.
However I have discovered a issue where if I am watching a video (you tube, Vimeo, Windows Media Player, VLC) and I switch into full screen mode, the display turns black for ab out 5 seconds. Same thing happens when i swtich from full screen to normal windowd. And in cases where I am watching via online, when I switch from full screen to normal, the video does not scale back down, so I only see whatever fits in the normal size of the frame. Flash player is updated to the latest version.
Here is an example.
I am not really expecting an answer to this as I know the main issue of the thread has been 'solved' I thought I would post this anyway.
I'm using 270.61 with an FX 3800
The Nvidia 270.61/270.71 drivers have a problem with CS5/CS5.5 right now; a new version is supposed to be released soon. Use the previous WHQL version in the meantime.
I'm getting the same problem. Whenever I add a picture to the timeling
or work on resizing it in the
timeling it says the the exact same thing you have. I have to shutdown premiere pro via control panel. What the heck!
I hope Nvidia comes up with a new driver to fix this or adobe adresses this as and update. I'm getting frustrated with my projects..
I went back to Ver. 259.81 drivers and it seems to have taken care of the problem. I'm working on a project now that has over a hundred and fifty 12 megapixel stills in it.
The same issue has just arisen on my system after installing the latest upgrade of GeForce GTX 580 driver to version: 275.33, and Premiere Pro CS 5.5
This problem did not occur prior to the latest video driver installation.
My basic system parameters:
CPU i7 950
24 GB DDR3 RAM
14TB available in a RAID configuration (8 HDs) via dedicated RAID card
250GB SSD system drive
Video card GTX 580
Granted, I do have a number of large still images stacked three layers deep above the video. Per suggestions in this thread I will resize them smaller and hopefully this will remmedy the problem for now.
Glad to see others are also having this problem and hopefully between Adobe and NVidia something will be done to remedy it soon.
I thought by downscaling my images I had resolved (or at least worked around) the issue, but I still get the dreaded error 7 OpenGL error when I work with still images (scrubbing the timeline, scaling, positioning etc). Not directly, but generally within 10 minutes or so (only when working with still images). I've got a 460GTX SE with the latest NVIDIA drivers (275.33) for WIndows 7 64bit. Picture size is 2448 * 3696, standard JPG. I also tried an older NVIDIA driver (263.09) but that didn't help.
Is Adobe still working with NVIDIA to resolve the issue? (sorry had erroneously posted a similar message in another topic, but that topic was about a different OpenGL error)
Also - would it help at all if I would open a ticket/report a bug? If so, what would