Yes, PrE requires Apple's QuickTime Player to function properly. If not installed, do so, and test.
Dual video problems (some for Premiere Pro, but the idea is the same)
Go to the Windows Control Panel and select Hardware and Sound and then select Device Manager... In Device manager you click the + sign to the left of Display Adapters... and see if 2 are listed
If you DO have two graphics adapters, read below
-link to why http://forums.adobe.com/message/4685328
Another Lenovo with 2 graphics adapters and problems http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1410509?tstart=0
Thanks for you input
Quicktime 7: Its now installed and tested, does NOT work better
Alltough it works fine in the organizer but not in the edior.
2 video cards:
I have double cheked and can confirm its NOT double, only one adapter is listed.
What does your Scratch Disks setup look like?
Please refer to Edit Menu/Preferences/Scratch Disks.
Are all directed to the same place and how much free hard drive space is at the location(s)?
Do you have any pile ups of preview files, conformed audio files, or conformed video files?
Are you running your setup with one or two or more computer monitors?
Is your source 1080i or 1080p? If 1080p are you using DSLR project settings?
Are all directed to the same place and how much free hard drive space is at the location(s)?: YES, 25 GB
Are you running your setup with one or two or more computer monitors? One
Is your source 1080i or 1080p: 1080i
Also verified BIOS, Videodriver, patched windows, re-installed to latest video driver.
When i preview the video in the editor its not only stopping the qulity is crap, yes i have also rendered the videos.
Its happen for videos that are short or long. Plays from 1-8 seconds then stop.
Just starting my day.
Thanks for the follow up.
The first thing that catches by attention is the Scratch Disks directed to a location with only 25 GB of free hard drive space?
Do you have a drive (internal or external) with over 100 GB of free space for the Scratch Disks locations?
In that regard, please check for pile ups of previews (Adobe Premiere Elements Preview Files Folder), conformed audio (Media Cache Files Folder), and conformed video (Media Cache Database -accessed via Edit Menu/Preferences/Media).
The disk is one psyical SSD drive have no more disk. But the thig is this happens with very small files as well. Lets say a 30seconds movie cllip from my smartphone or DV camera. I just add media and press play the movie stops after just a couple of seconds, i have not added any effects or nothing. Also try to "render" first, but result is the same.
Another thing is that if i right click in the playback window, you have the option for "playback settings" but that one is grayed out so i cant change anything there. I have read from others that they have not this option in elements 12 version?
Even did some more investegations:
New project- add media
just added 10 jpeg pictures in total about 2MB for all 10, and added to timeline.
Press play and same thing there, just stops after a couple of seconds
Now tested the following programs
Movie Maker- No problem
Sony Vegas- No problem
Corel Video Studio- No prolems
Seems like Adobe has an issue
I must say i am not pleased with Adobe at all. Each answer takes at least 24-48 hours.
If i now want my money back i have to contact Adobe on CHAT? Its 2014 and i can not contact Adobe at email or a form?
Chat is never someone there to assist me, i bought both Photoshop and Premeiere in one package, i want half of my money back since i spent a lot of time porting to new version of Photoshop and want to stay on that level.
The chat gives me just
"We are still assisting other customers, thank you for your patience. You can also try our community forums, where experts are online 24/7."
Yeah right, crap service if you ask me
MY GOD, read this very bad service here
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Robert: so i bought 2 Products for 600 NOK i want to keep Photoshop as that is working
Robert: can you arrange that please?
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Robert: 2 sec
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Robert: i am pretty sure i used this
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Amal: Thank you.
Robert: i got 2 serials from you, the other one is for the Photoshop i want to keep
Amal: Robert, may I the exact error message that you are getting while using Adobe Premiere Elements 12 ?
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Robert: just confirm that you will refound me 50% of the cost and thats ok since i cant use one of the 2 apps
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I am sorry for the issues that you are facing getting Premiere Elements 12 to work for you in your computer environment.
I have re-read your thread and would make these comments...
In Premiere Elements 12, the "Playback Settings" accessed in prior versions from monitor is grayed out and that from Project Settings is not there. I believe there are some limited circumstances for which they do appear relating to DV, but I have not verified that.
From what you wrote, you have only one drive, that is SSD with only 25 GB free space. Am I correct on my understanding of that? If so, that is not enough free hard drive space to run Premiere Elements 12 with 1080i or much else independent of the file size of any particular source media for Premiere Elements. So, maybe I misunderstood what you wrote about your drive situation and available free space.
Have you tried to download Premiere Elements 12 installation files from another location and then insert your purchased serial number in it and then determine if you still have the same playback issues?
Read the Note: Very Important Instructions carefully otherwise you will be hit with Access Denied.
Apparently you have been hrough the drill of computer video card/graphics card driver version up date according to the web site of the manufacturer of the video card/graphics card and/or Lenovo. Just how much available RAM remains from the 8 GB installed RAM?
I know of no email support that Adobe offers for troubleshooting purposes. It does offer support via Adobe Chat. Have you tried
For Downloading, Installing, and Setting Up Help
For Money Back Within 30 days of Purchase From Adobe
In the first case, the category is Downloading, Installing and Setting Up. In the second case, the category is Orders, Refunds, and Exchanges. Either one, click on the link, when it opens, click on the statement "I still need help" to bring up the Adobe Chat who will respond to your situation or direct you to another department. The wait times can be long depending on the time of day that you try for the contact.
But, Orders, Refunds, and Exchanges can ONLY be done by Adobe. We are not Adobe here. We are visiting (not on anyone's payroll) Premiere Elements users trying to help other Premiere Elements users with their Premiere Elements workflows.
Until proven otherwise, I suspect that your drive situation is at the core of your issues. Based on the details that you have supplied so far, I do not believe you are dealing with a media incompatibility issue.
Please let me know how I can help and/or clarify information for you.