PrP 6.0.2, Mac OS 10.8.2, 32 GB RAM, fast system, project & cache drives
I'm working with lots of still images to create an animatic. Sometimes I want to cut from image to image and then do a "camera move" over the resulting sequence. I use oversized images when I need to zoom or pan. I would do this in my beloved After Effects or DL to AE, but we are sequencing JPGs and PNGs while cutting and re-cutting audio preformaces on a 23 minute project... So the inability to "see" the audio edits... or conversly, to have hundreds of audio tracks in AE would make for a very hairy AEP.
So I've tried to use PrP for editing picture and sound, and doing camera moves -- but crash, crash, crash... Here's one I can repeat... Does anyone else get this response:
1. In a 1280 x 720 project/sequence, edit together a bunch of 2566 x 1634 PNGs
2. Nest the PNGs
3. Key frame position movement on the nest
4. turn off the stop-watch (Toggle Animation)
I've also been able to crash PrP by Toggling Animation on time-remapping or just random editing of key frames.
Same thing happens to me. Regardless of the project if I turn on key framing and then turn off the stopwatch for that property it crashes. Everytime! without fail, so basically I just have to leave the stopwatch active once i've made it active. Please fix adobe, its super annoying.
Are you using PNG's also? Some people have systems that don't work all that well with PNG's I've heard ...