Premiere Pro (and the bundled Encore) really need to be run from an account with Administrator rights, to have "full" access to all the features
Later, for some functions, you also need to go beyond that http://forums.adobe.com/thread/969395
I only have one account on the computer and it has Administrator priveleges. What I am doing to make it work is opening the application using the "Run as Administrator" command (e.g., right click application shortcut on desktop, choose "Run as Administrator"). I am not a Windows guru but I would guess there is something different between opening an Application with a user that has Administrator priveleges and opening an Application choosing "Run as Administrator". Also, your answer still does not address the fact that I can't use my jog wheel.
Anyone else have some ideas?
>still does not address the fact that I can't use my jog wheel
I did not say anything about that because I don't use one
An Admin account should be sufficient, you shouldn't have to Run as Administrator. Something is off with permissions.
Are the programs part of a suite, or purchased separately?
Hi Jim - It is part of the Creative Cloud suite. Right now I have Lightroom, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects and the products that come with those products (e.g., AME, etc.) installed. Also, I am running all of my programs off a 320 GB SSD with Windows 7 Pro installed.
In terms of security, I double-checked my User Account and I am an Administrator.
OK, it should work. Open the images in PS and make sure the mode it set to RGB and not CMYK.