Lukasziegler did you receive any error messages during the install process? Please see Troubleshoot with install logs | CS5, CS5.5, CS6 - http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/troubleshoot-install-logs-cs5-cs5.html for information on how to locate and review your installation logs to check for errors.
thans for your reply. During the install process (initiated through the Creative Cloud panel) no error messages were shown.
The install logs (for Premiere Pro CC, under C:\Program Files(x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Installers) only contains info messages and no warning or error messages.
The PDapp log contains error messages regarding the AAMUpdatesNotifier (Cannot find any update Node) and a few others during the initial Adobe CC install process. If you are interested in the logs please contact me via email.
I also used the Adobe Support Advisor (http://www.adobe.com/support/loganalyzer/) to analyse the system logs, however with no findings.
What I was also wondering about was the note regarding "that I should install Windows Media Player on the system". As far as I know there is no desktop version of Windows Media Player included in Windows 8 (64bit) anymore, but I am not sure if this distracts us from solving the problem.
Moving this discussion to the Premiere Pro forum.
Lukas is the message regarding installing the Windows Media Player one of the two messages displayed on your screen. You may want to translate the error messages as there are primarily English language forums.
Since you did not receive any applicable errors during the installation process I moved this discussion to the Premiere Pro forum. The Users in the forum may have additional advice regarding failures of Premiere Pro to launch successfully.
Do you actually have Windows Media Player installed?
Regarding your first question. Yes, the left error message indicates that Windows Media Player is missing on the computer. That was the first thing I looked after, before contacting this forum. The strange thing is that I can't find any sign whether Windows Media Player is included with Windows 8. Also after trying my luck with Google on this topic, the best help I found was:
"Windows 8 still includes Windows Media Player, but the new version of the program lacks DVD playback support. If you've yet to take the plunge into a digital-only lifestyle, you could spring for Windows 8 Pro and the optional $10 Media Center Pack (which Microsoft is giving away free to upgraders until January 31, 2013). "
In the case that Windows Media Player would be missing on my system, up to now I couldn't find any help yet on how to install it belated in Windows 8.
The error messages translate to the following:
1: "Adobe Premiere Pro can not be executed because WMVCORE.DLL is not available on this computer. Install Windows Media Player and start the process again."
2: "Adobe Premiere Pro CC does not work. A solution for the problem is looked for."
@Jim. Apparently not, however I can't find a way to reinstall Windows Media Player and I am not aware that I excluded Windows Media Player from the initial Windows 8 setup.
Okay, I got some new insights and found the solution for the problem.
It's true that my version of Windows 8 doesn't include Windows Media Player. It is due to that fact that I am running "Windows 8 Pro N edition" (64bit), which is a version for the European market and doesn't include Windows Media Player (see here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/n-editions) and the Stackoverflow reference .
This was also the reason why several other attempts (http://www.askvg.com/how-to-enable-or-install-windows-media-center-in-windows-8/) to install the Windows Media Center failed for me.
The solution for my problem (and for other Windows 8 Pro N users) is to install the following update (KB2703761):
Please be so kind and spread the word at Adobe. Since as far as I know this problem should affect a large amount of the "Windows 8 Pro N" users.
 "The N edition is for the European market. It comes without Windows Media Player. It is the result of a European lawsuit against Microsoft for bundling non-essential apps into the OS." (Source: http://superuser.com/questions/495050/add-features-to-windows-8-menu-missing)
Problem is still here in the Premier CC under Windows 8.1. I am surprised Adobe hasn't updated the installer to download the missing components from Microsoft, or at the last make it easy for you to go there and do it yourself.
Here's the download link for the 8.1 Hotfix:
For people finding this thread looking for a windows 10 solution, here it is:
(I had this problem after installing Windows 10 and I found a solution and made a video about it, only takes less than 2 minutes because I don't want to waste your time )
Still problem with PR CC2017 but apparently the media pack also exists for Win 10.
Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 10
I am also facing similar issue about Windows Media Player & DLL missing. However, I am using Windows 7 Ultimate. If I try to download the required files from Microsoft (Download Media Feature Pack for Windows 7 N with Service Pack 1 and Windows 7 KN with Service Pack 1 (KB968211) from Off… ) & then, try to install the setup >> it throws my computer is deep delay where it simply is kinda stuck at "Searching for updates on this computer".
That's been the story since last few hours. Not sure if it actually is doing anything or not.
Any pointers ??
Note: Is there no other way, apart from this chaos to get Premier Pro working ?