I frequently switch between a school computer and a home computer both with the full CS6 installed on them. When I try to open up the project I was working on at school, at home, it gives me the error
The project contained a sequence that could not be opened. No sequence preview preset file or codec could be associated with this sequence type
I have come to the conclusion that this is happening because of I-Frame. When I create a new sequence at school, it automatically sets the Option under "Video Preview" to "I-Frame" (Not 100% sure if it's the codec or preview file format.) but when at home, I don't even have the option to make it I-Frame. When I change the sequence settings at school to "Microsoft AVI" it can open fine at school and at home. If I open a project that works at home with Notepad++ and search for "I-Frame", nothing comes up. When I open up a project that doesn't work at home and search "I-Frame" there are multiple instances. For example:
<MZ.Sequence.PreviewRenderingPresetPath>EncoderPresets\SequencePreview\9678af98-a7b7-4bdb- b477-7ac9c8df4a4e\I-Frame Only MPEG.epr</MZ.Sequence.PreviewRenderingPresetPath>
So my question is, is there any way to get I-Frame on my home computer or change the project to not use I-Frame via Notepad++(Or similar program?) because I don't have access to a school computer over the weekend and must finish the project by monday.
Thanks in advance,
You have a few options you can check to make sure your license is active, because a few days ago I actually had this problem. I had to click "deactivate" then open Premiere pro and reactivate it again. Then I got access to I-frame MPEG previews again. Your other option if that doesn't work is to do a totally fresh install of the CS suite you have. What you'll need to do is uninstall the suite and then run the adobe CS cleaner tool.
Anyways though for myself personally the deactivation fix worked for me the other day so try that first.