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Have you ever done anything to the Premiere project in After Effects? If so, try bringing the prproj into After Effects and Exporting the project from After Effects. Sometimes a Dynamic link error causes a similar issue and exporting from After Effects gives you a useable prproj.
Yes I had!
I created a few diagrams in AE and imported them to the project.
I remember that some times when I changes a diagram and re-saved as the same exported file - and premiere pro crashed after that.
I relaunched PPRo and continued working - but maybe it damaged the project somehow.
Do you think that is the reason?
On my attempts to recover this project - I tried creating a new PPro project and importing the damaged project and got the error "a Dynamic link error has accrued" .
I tried what you have suggested but I get this error:
Try moving all of your media that the prproj references to a new folder so that the media is "offline". Then try bringing the prproj into After Effects. Then Export the prproj from After Effects. *There is an Export Prproj feature in After Effects from the "File" menu. Relink your media once the file is successfully opened with Premiere. I have found in the past that one offending file can give premiere fits.
You might try replacing all *jpeg's with flattened psd's if possible. Also any other files in the project like flv's and mpeg's. Also do a search for preview files and delete.
Before you make media offline, first try bringing the prproj into After Effects. Then go to the "File" menu and find Export prproj. This has worked for two other people with a similar error.
I managed to load a temporary file.
and I changed the name of the directory where all the files from AE were.
then I re-imported them
and that made PPRo not to crash.
so it works - I just lost 5 hours of save time + half day to resolve this damn issue
it seems that dynamic link is very unstable!
>it seems that dynamic link is very unstable!
It defintily has issues!