What video card/graphics card is your Windows 7 64 bit computer using. There is a serious known issue with Premiere Elements 10 running on a computer that uses a NVIDIA GeForce card. The solution has been to roll back (not update) the driver version to about May 2013.
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Based on history, your Premiere Elements 10 issue appears to be trying to run the program on a computer that uses a up to date NVIDIA GeForce video card/graphics card.. The solution for this problem has been to roll back the driver version to about May 2013. NVIDIA offers older drivers for such use, but, at this time, I do not see where it is offering the NVIDIA GEForce GT440 driver version old enough.
What is the dating on the NVIDIA GeForce GT440 that you currently have installed on your computer? Please refer to Device Manager/Display Adapters/name of care/ and its Properties Driver Tab. You could try the November 7, 2013 driver, but it probably will not be old enough for your roll back.
This particular issue is specific for Premiere Elements 10/NVIDIA GeForce and has not been reported for versions of Premiere Elements later than 10.
Please explore the above. If any questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to ask.
vielen Dank für die Antwort, das Treiberdatum ist 05.02.2015. Kann es sein, dass sich ältere Treiber auf der W7-Installations-CD befinden. Wenn ja, wie finde ich diese?
Danke und Grüße, penord
You could try the following...
Go to Device Manager/Display Adapters/ and the name of your card NVIDIA GeForce GT 440. Under its Driver Tab, click on Update Driver.
When you do that, you will be given 2 choices
a. Search automatically for updated driver software
b. Browse my computer for driver software - including the option of "let me pick one".
Select "b" from above. If a May 2013 driver version was ever installed, you may find it in that list.
I am not sure of the outcome of trying to recover an older video card/graphics card driver version from the Windows 7 installation disc. If you explore the Windows 7 installation disc content, do you see listing for video card drivers?
Did that November 2013 driver version listed at the NVIDIA web site work for you even though it is not as old as May 2013 which seems to have worked for most?
Hallo A.T. Romano, vielen Dank für die Antwort.
Nun habe ich nach langem Suchen endlich ein positives Ergebnis. Auf der Application&Support CD von W7, nicht auf der Installations CD, habe ich ältere Treiber für Geforce GT 440 gefunden, Datum 05.05.2010. Diese habe ich installiert.
Damit läuft das Premiere Element Programm. Es ruckelt zwar etwas im Szenenfenster, aber ich glaube das ist in Ordnung so.
Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe
Wonderful news that you were able to recover the older drivers for your NVIDIA GeForce video card/graphics card. Great job.
To improve the quality of the Timeline playback, please consider....
a. If HD project, set Timeline Rendering Quality = High quality, Low Speed...that will generate 1920 x 1080 preview files instead of the 960 x 540. See Edit Menu/Preferences/General.
b. Right click Edit area monitor, and select Playback quality = Highest instead of Automatic.
c. Do the Timeline rendering to get the best possible preview when you see an orange line over the Timeline content
d. Double check your project settings versus the properties of your source files to assure that they match.
e. Let your final decision of quality playback be based on computer or TV player rather than in playback within the project file.
Please let me know if you have questions about the above.