Ah, the indeterminate "something went wrong, but I can't say what" error message...
Sorry, but there's no quick fix for this. I first got the error message when the Project Manager ran into a file it thought was corrupted (or just didn't like it), so instead of asking to skip (or automated skipping) it just shut down spitting out the error message, without leaving the attempted backup.
How I found the problematic file (luckily, I had a short project):
1. I 'Select All' in my main sequence
2. Copy & Paste into a new "Untitled Project" timeline and tried to run the Project Manager
3. If it resulted in an error I would delete the largest/longest clip and try the PM again...
4. Repeat Step 3 until the PM is successful.
5. Recall original project and make problematic file 'Offline'
6. Run a successful PM instance
7. Use Windows Explorer to manually copy over the problematic file into the Project Backup (the folder the PM created) folder.
8. Relink problematic file.
Not really practical, but the only way I know to find and work around the error message. For the record, nothing may be wrong with the file, the PM just wants to
I'm sure others will chime in, hopefully Adobe will fix this issue soon. Project Manager is a great tool to have....when it works.
Hope this helps!
Windows 7 Ultimate
Production Premium CS 5.5
12 TB free. I went through all the exercises with a very nice guy in India, who works for Adobe. We did the whole hard drive thing, the re-install thing and the list goes on. I'm not mad, just frustrated. The Project manager worked in 5.5. It doesn't in Cs6. I have multiple projects going and I need to condense and archive them and this is what Project Manager should be able to easily do. I would love to see a solution soon.
Thanks for your reply.