What format is the video you're trying to play? Have you updated your video card drivers recently? And how about quicktime, what version are you on?
(I'm not saying either of those things is the problem, it's just a place to start)
Maybe I described it the wrong way. I am not even able to create the video because it crashes when playing the video in the preview window inside of PPro.
My system is up to date. I use the software updates through the MAC OS.
Thanks for the ideas.
What are the specifics of the video(s) in question? -- File format, pixel depth, frames per second, pixel aspect ratio, total size (in megabytes or gigabytes)
Your software updates may not necessarily be updating your video card drivers for you. You should check to see that they are current.
Please don't post crash logs in a discussion. It makes the topic unreadable and most users have no idea what any of that information is. If someone asks for a crash report, please send it to them via PM or email.
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No problem...I saw other posts in which the crah log was submitted so I thought it might help.
@jstrawn Would you care to share where you find the current driver information for the video cards on a MacBook Pro? When I do a search for the AMD Radeon HD 6750M, I seem to only be able to find information about drivers for Windows versions.
Some gpu's like a cuda car will show up in the system preferences in the 'other' section. You can open its prefs fromt htere and see its driver version.
Otherwise, you can go to Apple Menu>About This Mac > System Report > Graphics Displays and see your drivers specs, but if you have a macbook then you probably have a built in display adapter and the driver for it is part of the operating system.Typically, you can only upgrade those by upgrading to a newer version of the operating system.
If you haven't yet done so, try these tips: