Some of the older versions used have an AutoAnalyzer option in the Premiere Elements Capture Window itself. I checked, and 9 does not have that option in its
So back to the Elements Organizer preferences.
Make sure that you have everything under Elements Organizer 9 Edit Menu/Preferences/Media-Analysis unchecked.
Do not settled for grayed out options with check marks.
Do not have even a grayed out check mark next to
Run Analyzer on System Startup
Run Analyzer only when System is idle.
To assure this...put a check mark next to Analyze Media for Smart Tags Automatically, then remove the check marks
next to Run Analzyer on System Startup and Run Analyzer only when System is idle. And, then go back to remove
the check mark next to Analyze Media for Smart Tags Automatically.
Did any of that work for you?
When I first asked about doing this, I went into Organizer and made sure
no checkmarks in the Media Analysis screen.
I have re-checked that screen, and there are still no checkmarks, white
or gray in
any of the boxes.
I tried your suggestion of placing a check in the "Smart Tags
deleting all the checkmarks, but the program is still trying to run the
each time I stop capture at the end of a movie reel.
It's a real pain in the butt to have to cancel the analyzer each time.
Any other suggestions, or am I stuck with this?
Please take a look at Barbara Brundage's commentary and instructions for disabling the AutoAnalzyer.
Scroll down to the part October 31, 2013 "The Elements 12 Auto Analzyer Adobe's Evil Undead" and the Windows how to
That partially solved the problem.
Her solution is for v.12, and apparently v.9 does not reside in the task
or msconfig, as I could not find it in either location. (I am familiar
areas, so am failrly certain they are not in there).
But I did add the spaces in its location in Program Files, and that
analyzer from running when it opens.
But the analyzer still appears each time after I stop capture, and I
still have to
cancel it out every time. It just doesn't run when it appears.
There must be something different in v.9 to enable us to keep the analyzer
from popping up.
But at least this gives me more time to cancel the analyzer after I stop
as it's not actually running. Sure would like to eliminate it from
popping up, though.
Thanks for the update.
If anyone knows the answer to this, I suspect it is Barbara Brundage.
Have you tried to contact her at the Adobe Photoshop Elements Forum about
I will be watching for further developments.
No, I have not contacted her, but will do so. Thanks.
I found her page, but can't find anywhere on there to contact her directly.
Did you find her profile page? If so, look for the orange envelope icon on the right side of that page.
You can click on that icon to open to the private messaging to her.
I found her profile page, but there is no orange envelope on the right
side of the page.
I discovered that the reason I couldn't find the little envelope was
that I needed
to sign in first. I had tried that but kept getting an error page. Went
out to the
main screen and it allowed me to sign in there, so was able to send
No reply from her yet.
Still no reply from her.
Thanks for the update.
Barbara Brundage is a very active person. Have you tried to catch her attention by creating a thread on this matter at the Adobe Photoshop Elements Forum?
Someone else there might have some insights into how to disable the AutoAnalzyer in any hidden places.
The only thread I have created is the one that you have participated in.
I may start a new one if I don't hear from her soon.