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I believe these are parts of your movie themes -- more specifically, they're part of the preview you see in the Themes panel (which is the "prv" part of their name) -- but I'm concerned that they're not finishing. And they shouldn't be running if you're not using movie themes.
First, I'd recommend you download the latest version Quicktime.
And if that doesn't work, I'd recommend uninstalling and reinstalling the program.
I think that Autumn Leaves, Scary Haloween, Christmas and Valentine's Day are the themes that can be downloaded with the upgraded membership at photoshop.com.
When reading your post, I was thinking that you may be having a problem similar to peoples expereinces described at
and titled "Media Cache Files folder filling up with Movie Themes"
Because there were multiple alternatives discussed in that thread I will not attempt to summarize them here. Instead I suggest that you read the thread at muvipix.
OK thanks! Looks like it's a quirk with PE and I guess I won't worry too much about it. I tried deleting like they said in the post, but don't know if I deleted what I was supposed to. I'll just wait and see what happens.
Thanks for your quick reply!
On another note....do you know of any custom or pre-built Disc Menu's that can be purchased or downloaded like from private companies? PE comes with a few, but they cannot be customized very well, and I don't have the budget to but CS4 quite yet.