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This can happen when the clip you're adding effects to is nested elsewhere. Does that apply?
First of all,thank you for your reply Jim.
What do you mean exactly?
My files are located at my D:\ Partition.
I installed Premiere Pro also at my D:\,partial (ofcourse).
Here you may have your first problem, if I read your message correctly. Are you using ONE physical disk with partitions and did you install PP on the same partition as the media files?
PP needs at least two different physical disks and preferably three.
One for OS and programs, one for media and preferably one for previews/scratch.
Never partition a disk, it will only cause severe headaches. It is like you are driving a car and want to turn left, while your wife beside you tells you to turn right and the children in back say: No, drive straight ahead. What do you do? Same with your disk.
I installed PP on D:\,not entirely because setup says you can't install FULL on C:\.
My media files are also stored on my D:\ drive.
There isn't ANY other option for the drive problem?
Otherwise i buy second hdd..
And anyone knows if it's good to use RAID0 then (with no other partitions,only a C:\)?
Thank You All
Raid is shorthand for "Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks", which implies multiple disks, thereby making it impossible to install an array on a single disk. Also, Raid0 is better called a band-aid or Aid0 since it lacks the redundancy.
Get rid of your partitions, reformat the disk, do a new install, and get TWO other disks.
>What do you mean exactly?
Look up "nesting" in the Help file or manual. It'll explain what I mean.