Create a new project and import the old project into the new one.
If there is a problem with a header or something, that might solve it.
Also, delete all of your cache and preview files.
I can't remember how to reset all the preferences in that version. Perhaps my holding the Alt key while starting up the program, or was it the Shift key? Or both?
it wouldn't let me import the old project...I just started a new one and recreated the work...luckily it was only a little over a minutes worth of work but very frustrating.
I just wonder what other options I could use as I am afraid this version is going to have issues moving forward. I had some last school year too with it shutting down on us in the middle of capturing our live broadcast etc. Each time it opened up again but it just seems to be more temperamental.
Thank you for replying.
Just remember to "Save As" now and then and increment the count from "Project Name - 1" to "Project Name - 2" and then 3, etc...
The auto save is fine for going back a little ways, but having a proper trail all the way back really helps.
Actually my project names become kind of strange. For example, if I shot a project named "Telecom Training" I might name the second version as "Telecom Training - after adding all clips and making subclips". Then the next one might be "Telecom Training - after rough cut on timeline", then "Telecom Training - after effects and transitions"...
In other words, I leave myself notes in the file names.
I read this twice... unless I am really missing something, I don't see WHICH version of PPro you are using
Answering all the questions in http://forums.adobe.com/message/4200840 would be good
I also don't see if you are Windows or Mac, plus there are no computer OS and hardware details
Did I somehow miss everything?
Take a trip in the WABAC Machine.
Now, I could be wrong, but when the OP said "Yes, I know it is ancient but I still use it." I assume they meant the original version. The one without a number. The one some people called Premiere Pro 7, or Premiere 7. Or whatever. The one right after Premiere 6.
I remember having to go through the numbering explanation in my tutorials on Premiere Pro 1.5 since confusion reigned. You can still watch the introductory video and get my explanation starting around the 40 second mark.
But, as I said, I could have it wrong. They might have a different version.