This needs to be moved to the Elements forum.
Welcome to the forum.
First, a few questions please:
- What version of PrE are you using?
- What OS version are you running it on?
- What is the make and model of your video card/chip (GPU)?
- What is the number and date of your installed video driver?
- Is that the very latest from the nVidia, or AMD/ATI Web site?
- What are the specs. of your Video files? More detail, the better.
- What is your Project's setting?
From: Bill Hunt
Sent: Friday, February 07, 2014 4:20 PM
Re: No video in adobe premiere 10. Sound is Ok.
created by Bill Hunt in Premiere Elements - View the full discussion HIgh,
1. PRE version is 10
2. OS W7 Home edition
3. Geforce GTX 550 TI
4. GeForce 332.21 Driver
5. NVidia website, automatic update
6. Videofiles MTS-format from SONY RX100 M2-camera.
7. DSLR-1080p-DLSR 1080p24
I hope you can help me.
I rolled back mine driver to 2011 and
everything is working again.
I will add you to the list of Premiere Elements 10 users with NVIDIA video cards who have run into these display issues which require roll back of the video card driver version in order to move forward in the project.
Thanks for that report.
Continuing success with your Premiere Elements projects.
Thank you for the information, and also the report that the video driver roll-back has helped you with PrE 10.
This has been an issue for a bit, and I hope that nVidia can discover exactly what affects PrE 10 (does not seem to be an issue with either earlier, or later versions), and how to correct it with later drivers.
Good luck, and happy editing,
Hunt has written
I hope that nVidia can discover exactly what affects PrE 10 (does not seem to be an issue with either earlier, or later versions), and how to correct it with later drivers.
Highly unlikely NVIDIA will do anything about the matter. Input that I have received from some Premiere Elements 10 users has been that contact with NVIDIA about this issue has resulted in comments directing the user to Adobe. And, Adode patching an older of its versions is still more highly unlikely. But, I am neither NVIDIA nor Adobe, so I can only speculate based on my observations.