I would do another rename to disable or just delete all the OldFilm.AEX and OldFilm.AEXOLD in that NewBlue Folder.
If you do, please let me know if that OldFilm.AEX regenerates itself the next time you open Premiere Elements 13.
Here is the strange story...at least from my Premiere Elements 13 Windows perspective...never had the No Disc error issue
Here are some details to sort through trying to figure out why you have 2 OldFilm.AEX file in the NewBlue Folder.
1. The original OldFilm.AEX file of Premiere Elements 13 has the date of 9/4/2014 (just before the version was released on 9/24/2014).
After the 13.1 update is done (whenever date), that OldFilm.AEX file has the date of 1/31/2015. I first saw notification of the 13.1 Update
release early in February 2015.
2. Now in Premiere Elements 13.1, if I take my OldFilm.AEX (date 1/31/2015) and disable it by renaming it to OldFilm.AEXOLD, close out of there, and reopen
the program, the OldFilm.AEX is not seen to regenerate. The OldFilm.AEXOLD remains there as its lone self.
3. So, I am thinking that your OldFilm.AEXOLD in the screenshoot is "original equipment" that you disabled to get rid of No disc error.
Why the OldFilm.AEX is there also is not clear, but the dating on it suggests that it came along with the 13.1 Update.
Bottom line: let us try the deletion or disabling one more time and see what happens.
Looking forward to further reports on your findings, as your time permits.
A.T. Romano, if I delete the OldFilm.AEX and the OldFilm.AEXOLD files won’t that mess up my Adobe Premiere Elements 13 program? and if not why are those files there?, what is there purpose? I was renaming the second OldFilm.AEX and a message came up that read something to the effect “ there is already a file named OldFilm.AEX , do you want to name the second file “OldFilm.AEX OLD2” would this be okay? or should I just delete them both? I don’t want to mess up my program. Thank you A.T. Romano for your time and help, I appreciate it very much.
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The only features that should be involved with the deleting or disabling of OldFilm.AEX should be
In Expert workspace
fx Effects/NewBlue Film Look/Old Film
fx Effects/Hollywood Looks/News Reel
fx Effects/Hollywood Looks/Old Film
In Quick workspace (assumed)
fx Effects/Video Effects/Old Film
Do you use any of those?
You could continue with the disabling so that you can revert back to a particular OldFilm.AEX by just renaming
the file from OldFilm.AEXOld to OldFilm.AEX.
Please review and consider.
A.T. Romano I deleted the first [OldFilm.AEXOLD], and the other one that regenerated I put as [ OldFilm.AEXOLD] , so far that works. If it regenerates I will let you know as you wish! Thank you for all your help.
Thanks for the update.
You should be OK now with regard to No Disk error, but, if the problem returns (hope not) and your schedule permits, please let us know,
and we will do re-thinking on No Disc error in 13.
Okay!, will do, and Thank you!
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