Thank you for this link ...
but meanwhile Premiere is shutting down immedialtly after starting.
Why is it so unstable?
Try opening one of Premiere's back up files. It saved me a few times.
Also, what is the size of your project? Maybe you are experiencing a project bloat bug that eventually won't open. If so you need to delete all your rendered files and re-save.
"Sorry, a serious error has occurred that requires Adobe Premiere Pro to shut down"
thats the error message that appears.
My project is about 140MB.
I will try a back up file and delete the rendered files.
You specify "CS6," but do not indicate whether you have patched to the latest. If you haven't please do so.
Any time I hear "crash on launch" (or words to that effect), my first thought is that something in the preferences may be tripping up the app. You can clear the prefs by holding Shift+Option while launching the app--keep the keys pressed until PPRO finishes launching. If you've invested time customizing your prefs and want to be able to revert to them in case they weren't the cause of the problem, then you can manually move or rename them; let us know if you need help finding them.
Other possible culprits, in the order that I recommend proceeding:
- If the crash occurs only when you launch directly into a particular project, then naturally that project is most likely the cause.
- Drivers, especially for graphics card: update them (on Mac, that means updating OSX)
- third party codecs: uninstall them
- third party hardware: first update drivers. If that doesn't help, disconnect or disable the hardware
thanks for your reply.
meanwhile I have installed premier cc.
this error is still there: "A Low-level exception occurred in: Adobe Player" - No way to play back the sequence at all.
I tried opening older files - and the problem did not occur with one file created about three days ago.
Thats better than nothing - but what can I do to be able to work with the latest version of my project?
no third party hardware or codecs installed. osx is pretty much up to date.