I think Premiere Pro doesn't cope very well with long sequence of just 3hrs 45mins!! THAT'S the cause of my problem here.
Hello. I am getting what sounds like a similar error. PrP projects seem to get corrupted just after I have dynamically linked with After Effects and begin to tweak the resulting timeline in AE (masks, levels... regular stuff/no special plugins). After the crash, the PrP proj is corrupted and can not be used.
Here is the error that I get:
"Premiere Pro has encountered an error.
Premiere Pro 6.0.1
Mac OS 10.7.4
32 GB Ram
PROJECT & MEDIA drive: Mercury Accelsior. Blackmagic Disk Speed Test: > 500 MB/s read/write
CACHE drive: Internal SATA Raid 0. Blackmagic Disk Speed Test: > 400 MB/s read/write
Nvidia Quadro 4000 Mac
CUDA Driver Version: 4.2.10
GPU Driver Version: 126.96.36.199 (270.00.00f06)
Cineform 188.8.131.52 codec installed for access to GoPro footage
• h.264 from GoPro Hero 2: 720p60, 1080p30
• h.264 from Canon D5: 1080p30, 1080p24
• h.264 from Canon D7: 720p60, 1080p30, 1080p24
• ProRes 422 720p24 recompressed Hero 2 footage which is longer than 10 minutes to avoid sluggish response.
• 720p24. I have tried both "no" compression, and DSLR PrP settings.
PROCESS AFTER CRASH:
• delete Premiere prefs. with Prefrence Manager Version 3.2.1 (3210)
• trash cache files
• repair permissions
• duplicate latest auto-save and try to avoid using dynamic link.
I want to start grading and vignetting in AE asap. Any suggestions?