Will upgrading create a corrupted clipnotes PDF, or is it just anyone with 9 installed cannot read the PDF? Thanks for the tip btw.
>is it just anyone with 9 installed cannot read the PDF?
That's the one.
Or get rid of the memory hog altogether and get Foxit Reader. Much smaller freeware. It's on download.com
Will it handle Clip Notes correctly?
Nitro doesn't, so I don't imagine Foxit will either.
Hello out there,
I've been getting the same error message using AE CS3 with Reader 9. It's now July 30, 2009 - over 1 year since this original post...Did the Acrobat Tech/AE group ever get this bug fixed yet??? Listen up Adobe - please reply ASAP. I need it desperately for client review!
You may have to skip the Clip Notes and use a good old fashioned DVD window dub.
Welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately, there is no Adobe presence here. We are all just users. Adobe might "read" a few posts out in the main fora, though we seldom know. The chances of them reading something in the Lounge is as close to absolute zero as one can get - sorry.
I would have assumed that this HAD been fixed by now, but from your comments, maybe not. Do you have the latest releases of all programs, Acrobat Reader 9, PrPro CS4.1 and whatever AE CS4 is up to? BTW, your client will likely need the latest for all pertinent programs too. Good luck.
For getting the attention of Adobe, it's best to use the Bug Report/Feature Request.
Sorry for the bad news,