Do you have the latest version of QuickTime installed on your Mac computer?
Are you getting Adobe QT 32 Server messages even without media imported into the project? If this is
happening when you are editing your video in the project, please remind me what the properties are for you
source media on the Timeline.
Have you already explored deleting the Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs file (Users/Owner/Libraries/Application Support/Adobe/
Premiere Elements/12) or uninstall/reinstall?
Hello, thanks for your answer.
I have Quick Time 7.6.6. installed on my mac.
I get the messages always after using Premiere Elements for some time, in the beginning, everything is quite fine. Its independed from the properties of the timeline, i get it every time i am working.
I uninstalled and reinstalled already all components of adobe products. nothing changed.
Which are the prefs files? Which files exactly should i delet? Thanx!
Thanks for the replies.
With regard to the file named "Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs"......It is the settings file. And, its deletion has proven at times to be
the answer to all sort of program malfunctions. From what I understand, the Mac path to this Prefs file is
Users\Owner\Libraries\Application Support\Adobe\Premiere Elements\12.0.
In Windows, I typically write to delete the Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs file and, if that does not work, then the whole 12.0 Folder
in which it exists. I am not sure if the whole 12.0 Folder deletion is OK for Mac as it is for Windows.