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What are your computer's hardware specs and what operating system are you using?
Some older AMD processors do not have the necessary SSE2 instruction set.
>anyway around this problem
No... you must have a CPU with the required instruction set
You may be able to just replace the CPU with a later one... or you may need a new motherboard and CPU
Thanks for your replies from John and Steve. Re steve's question, my Time Jupiter Pro XP2000+ PC was purchased in June 2002. It has an AMD Athlon XP2000+ processor (tech spec: X86 Family 6 Model 6 Stepping 2Authentic AMD ~1665 Mhz) , operating system is Microsoft XP.
I'd say it's pretty likely you don't have the necessary SSE2 instruction set. Sorry.
Check with AMD to find out which CPU has SSE2 and will work with your motherboard
If they don't have one that will do both... you need a new MB
Or just look here:
As we've discussed, it doesn't look like you have the necessary hardware. sorry.
I also have access to my partner's laptop which has recently been purchased, so should be able to take this software OK. If I edit my photos on my PC using Photoshop Elements 7 which was successfully installed. Could you please advise me of the easiest method to transfer them to the laptop so that I can complete the task using the Premiere software?
Transfer what? The software or the pictures?
usb memory stick
Sorry - not being very clear. It was the pictures that I will have edited in Photoshop Elements 7 and then transferred to the laptop so that I can use the Premiere Elements 7 to make a slide show on DVD. Which is the easiest way to transfer the edited pictures from the PC to the laptop please?
I still say a usb memory stick or a CD-RW.
Perhaps, more detail on PS Elements and how to designate which photo files are written to the USB memory stick would be helpful.
If you are looking at the thumbnails in the Photoshop Elements Organizer, then you can use the
command under the File menu. The primary purpose of this command is to make an extra copy of the selected photo files for use in other programs.
You can multiple select the thumbnails for the edited photos that you wish to use, then do the File > Export command and direct its output to a folder that is actually on your USB flash drive/memory stick.
Marc and Steve,
I am not sure if downsizing the resolution of the photo files before using in Premiere Elements has been discussed for this project. I mention that because the Export can also do a downsize of the resolution of the photos at the same time. I can give more details if appropriate.
-- What type of output will you do from Premiere Elements? For example, do you plan to burn to burn to a standard video DVD for TV playback?
-- Do you have any portrait mode photos that you will use in this project?
-- Will you want your output from Premiere Elements to be Widescreen or Full Screen (4:3)?