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When do you get this error, Kelly?
If while editing, what is the source of the video file you're editing and how did it get into your computer?
I open the program and create a new file and save it. I then will go back to open the file and that error occurs. I believe it has something to do with our network at school. Our "My Documents" folder is redirected to a server for saving. I think it may have something to do with PE4 not being able to save to a redirected location. We restrict from view students "C" drive, so that does not come up as an option when they save. It does work as administrator or local users, but not network users. Any help or suggestions would very much be appreciated. -Kelly
That could be it, Kelly.
None of the Adobe NLE's (or even PS) really like a network situation. Some have had luck with the setups, but usually it is just frustration.
Personally, I think that this would be a great Feature Request, as many schools use various network configs, and it would make the school's IT Department's work a lot easier.
Now, I do a bit of networking on my P2P system, but that is different, than what most schools need.
It seems that the biggest hangup is the "My Documents" aspect, being located on the network.
There might be some info (maybe even an Adobe KB article, or two) on the other Adobe forums. I'd do a search on several (Premiere, Encore and PS) and see what you turn up. Seems that a few found some workarounds, but it IS a problem.
When trying to burn a DVD using Premier Elements 4.0, I get the following message:
Premiere Elements Debug Event
Premiere Elements has encountered an error
Can anyone tell me what this means and what I need to do at this point?