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The error message infers that an internal time value is being created with a framerate of zero, which is illegal. Somehow, it looks like you have some corrupted clips (possibly synthetics? Titles, stills?) in your project.
Have you tried creating a new project & importing the existing project into the new one?
(What version were these projects created in, btw?)
Everything worked perfectly until I the 3.1.0 update. All the projects were CS3, I was working on multiple sequences with various material shot with same source (FX1). As soon as the update was completed, I checked opened CS3 and found it either hung, or I was prompted with the above mentioned error.
I tried to start a new project - all was ok, but I was unable to import, read or otherwise use any of the source material. Kinda ticks me off, I was sooooo close to completion to send to Encore.
Nothing else had changed except the upgrade. Looks like I will have to start over.
sorry to hijack this but veryi quickly is it possible to download updates without using the updater as it is for a pc that is not online. Im after 3.2.0.
start a new thread david.
Ring Adobe tech,
Follow all the troubleshooting instruction and do everything they tell you to and then they will advise you not to install the patches but wait for the next release. Go figure.
Translation: "Dear Lord, help me to keep my big mouth shut until I know what I'm talking about."
Once again I'm going to advise you to pull your head in. In what way does your post, #6, assist the problem that is being addressed? It doesn't, does it! So take your dumb little statements and put them somewhere the sun don't shine. If you can't assist the initial query please assist the forum by refraining from posting dribble that aint of assistance to the initial post query.
Attention Bill Davidson,
I've had my fair share of SC3 problems and had 'muy' hours in contact with Tech support. My personal experience indicates that the patches didn't do anything to assist me and threw my projects into greater disfunction and turmoil. Tech support advised me not to download them and delete and reinstall the whole nine yards and then not reinstal the patches. Don't believe me, cause like Harm I could well be full of it, at least I'm attempting to offer constructive advise, let Tech support sort you out!.
> In what way does your post, #6, assist the problem that is being addressed?
One could ask the same of post 5, being obviously a frustrated rant rather than helpful advice.
Jarrod you are a troll bugger off!
Pull your head in. In what way does your post, #9, assist the problem that is being addressed? It doesn't, does it! So take your dumb little statements and put them somewhere the sun don't shine. If you can't assist the initial query please assist the forum by refraining from posting dribble that aint of assistance to the initial post query.
Value added of # 10? Please limit yourself to answering the question of the OP instead of making a fool of yourself.
>If you can't assist the initial query...
Bill and all, I have same problem with message reading: "Premier Pro has encountered an error. [../../Src/Time.cpp - 105]
I don't have an answer yet, except on another site and thread, it's suggested to clean the registry. Wow, I just bought my system and I have to clean the registry. I would think that this is a problem with Adobe software and their poor testing of their product before releasing it. I haven't had that kind of issue, hardly any at all, with the Vegas software I'm currently using.
Let's get technical, not personal...