I just started having the same issue. This is rediculous. IT'S EDITING SOFTWARE AND I CAN'T EDIT NOW. How can this be the CS6 version and it acts like CS2.
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Also, what is your brand/model graphic adapter and your device driver version
IF you have nVidia... How to determine your nVidia driver version
Right click in any open area of the Windows desktop
Select NVIDIA Control Panel from the popup window
Select SYSTEM INFORMATION at the lower left corner
Driver version should be the 1st line in Details
I have a GTX285 using driver 296.10 and Win7
I'm not sure if this will work for you, but what I did was I just restarted my computer.
yes, but then later that day it did it again. Not sure why. For over a year, it's never happened. Thanks for the tip
Did you recently update your video driver or add a new application or update?
not that I know of. I have a mac update that I have been holding off on. I really don't like updates for this reason. I'm on the new 27 inch, 3Terabyte fusion drive mac. Love it, but this new problem sucks. I don't have it in all my sequences so I am wondering if it's a damaged sequence.
If the crashing is unique to one sequence then there must be something about that sequence that's causing the problem. Are you using particularly high res video in the seqence? Or trying to load lots of effects without rendering?
It shouldn't be a hardware issue on such a late model machine, unless you're trying to edit 4k or something and you simply don't have the processing power to support it.
I believe your right. the sequence is corrupt. I am using just regular 60D footage from my cooking show http://youtube.com/jakatak69
I will start a new sequence. it only happens on the dragging of a clip in the timeline. It's got to be corrupt. I am amazed at how buggy this software still is. I love it and this is the future but some of these things still don't work right.
Like the auto sizing of the work area. Once you manually adjust it, you can never get the auto sizing back. You have to always manually adjust it. big complaint on the net. How dumb.
That's why I like to turn off the WAB entirely. You can achieve all the same ends using simple In/Out points.