I see no need to worry about leaving CS6 just yet. I tend to be old school, keeping older systems in a stable state and living without upgrades. Work gets done. I have a few new systems and CC2014.2 is working well. However, I don't use third party plugins and the PC hardware has more than made up for the lack of dedicated third party hardware. Its that good. It depends on your perspective and frame of reference, (I remember my video toaster days, and dealing with avid and canopus- no thanks, don't want to repeat those days -all useless relics rusting in the junkyard).
yeah, I guess I'll just soldier on with CS6......and check out the major updates.....
I know where you're coming from, and even in today's fast paced technology, this is one old habit that still works. I've walked into studios that could easily pass as museums and they still produce.
When you're current system comes due and it's time to buy another, then start fresh with the latest and be open to accept whatever that is. In the meantime, get some ROI on what you have.
I was getting this same error/crash - it started right after I did the most recent update about 3 days ago
since then I can export to media and it randomly crashes while using the program
(windows 7, 8gb, laptop, i7, 2.00ghz, premiere pro cc 2014.2 8.2.0 Build (65))
well I'm not sure if this is a fix or not but it worked for me been up and running all day today with no crashes and have exported to media on several decent sized projects
so after some reading I went to
preferences>memory and changed it from performance to memory
and then also changed my "ram reserved for other applications" to it's lowest setting (mine was 1.5gb) which opened up .5 gb of memory for premiere pro (now 6.5gb)
again been working all day when it was crashes quite frequently (after the last update)
hope this helps someone!