Apparently no one else who has read this thread
has encountered these QT32 Server.exe errors.
Yet, I have confirmed that the error messages are in fact
the direct result of installing Avid Codecs LE 2.3.4.
Now that the job that required installation of Avid codecs is completed
I uninstalled "Avid Codecs LE 2.3.4" from both systems,
and the error messages disappeared.
In order to be certain, I re-installed Avid Codecs LE 2.3.4 to both systems,
and the error messages returned.
There are two versions available:
Avid QuickTime Codecs LE 2.3.2
Avid QuickTime Codecs LE 2.3.4
In the interest of meticulousness I again uninstalled LE 2.3.4
and confirmed that the error messages no longer appeared.
I then installed the older version LE 2.3.2, and once again
I get the intermittent error messages on launch of both Pr and En.
Avid's supported platform list for DNxHD Codec does not mention Premiere...
Only Avid products:
Supported on Media Composer, NewsCutter, Symphony, Avid DS, and Interplay Assist
Does Adobe endorse/support the use of these codecs in CS5/CS5.5?
Either way, what could be the source of this conflict and error in Pr and En?
I've had the Avid codecs installed on two or more Premiere systems for over four years, since Premiere Pro 2.0, and never seen this. I hate to insinuate this, but did you try a search? I found this thread that might have a solution: Missing MSVCR71.dll Error Message During Launch
..did you try a search?Missing MSVCR71.dll Error Message During Launch
The forum search works now? Amazing!
I'll give this a try...Control PanelWindows FirewallAdvanced SettingsOutbound RulesNew Rule...Program/NextThis program path: (use Windows Explorer to search)c:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Bridge CS5\msvcr71.dllAllow the connection(Leave checks Domain, Private, Public)/NextName Description: (whatever you like - will display at top of Windows Firewall Advanced Security Outbound Rules)
Hello Joe, not sure if you have figured out a solution already, but I too ran into this situation. There are 2 files that you will need to copy in several CS5 program folders. The 2 files to be copied are msvcr71.dll and msvcp71.dll and they are located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Bridge CS5. Copy these files into your Adobe Media Encoder CS5 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 folders and your error messages should go away. Hope that helps.
I too have the AVID 2.3.4 codecs installed with no problems.