I think you need to get your machine checked out first.
could be a hardware problem. Is your power supply adequate.
then get all your video stuff off the C drive and put it on a dedicated video drive (one that has no partitions)
A last: reinstall the program.
I'm with Ann. These frequent reboots are more likely related to hardware than software. The reason you're seeing it with Premiere Elements and not with, say, your mail program or your browser is that Premiere Elements is a more intensive program that may be challenging your system more.
Neither Windows 10 nor Premiere Elements 14 have a record of crashing computers. Is this a factory-built or home-built machine?
Meantime, what model of camcorder is your video coming from and what format and resolution is it?
What are your Project Settings, as listed under the program's Edit menu?
I have had the machine checked out.
unfortunately It comes up clean.
Its a machine made by a small chain but its
been reliable for the last 2 years.
my project settings should be default...
video 1920 x 1080
pixel aspect quare
field no fields
display 30fps drop-frame timecode
title safe area 20 x 20
action safe 10 x 10
only item checked is optimize stills
I was really hoping this was a known problem!
Does anyone know if Premiere has any issues with AMD chipsets?
sorry and the video is mainly from
Is the video an MOV file? Have you got the latest version of Quicktime installed, per the program's requirements?
I have the most up to date quicktime according to my apple update.
Ann I'm not sure what you are asking about the gopro files?
I am able to edit and to a "quick render" to play the movie with less jerkiness, most of the time with no issues.