Is it just this media or any media?
It does this with every media file I tried using.
Is any of this media from a camera? If so, which make and model?
I have tried with media from various cameras, going from a GoPro to point and shoot and DSLRs. I have also tried with media copied directly from youtube videos so it doesn't seem to be an issue with a particular device.
OK, list a specific DSLR model. (I ask because many of the other sources you listed may simply not work with PP.)
Latest Intel display drivers installed
Unfortunately, Intel makes great chips, BUT have ignored the updating of video drivers. What is the date of your "latest display driver?"
For work with any version of Premiere, later versions of Photoshop, and After Effects, most recommend NOT going with an embedded Intel video chip. Those work for general computing, such as Web browsing, checking e-mail, word processing and some spreadsheet work. Beyond that, they fall way, way behind with the video driver updates.
Canon EOS Rebel T3i
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Yeah, I'd expect that to work.
The only idea I have at this point is that you need to disable the Intel graphics in the BIOS and get yourself a dedicated graphics card, preferably from nVidia.
My bad, the laptop actually has a NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M2GB card, with the latest drivers found on the Toshiba website. I upgraded to the ones found on the NVIDIA website and everything works now. I can't believe I missed that.
Thanks a lot for your time, it's appreciated!
Dear Bdestrempes. I think I have a similar computer that you. I bouth recently a Toshiba P850-31M and I have the same problem that you. I can hear the video but I can´t see it. How do you solve the problem? I don´t know what I can´t do more. I will try to upgrade the drivers in NVIDIA website.
thank you. I was crazy trying to solve the problem. I install the drivers
and ..... like magic .... all the problems solve.
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