Try turning off (or lowering) Hardware Acceleration for your graphics card.
At the Windows Desktop, Right Click and select "Properties". Under the "Settings" Tab, select "Advanced". Select the "Troubleshoot" Tab and reduce the Hardware Acceleration. You will need to restart you computer to see if it worked. First, try it with no Acceleration. If it works, try increasing the Hardwar Accelearation one notch at a time - rebooting your computer each time. \
I obtained this procedure from the Adobe Technical Staff.
Well, I was able to get it to work. I had to change my audio settings. I still can't see video when "testing" a DVD project in Encore... so I'm still troubleshooting that one.
You had to change your audio settings to get video to play in the monitor? That is very strange.
I'm using a LynxOne Audio card. It was great when I edited on a DPS Perception card, and had to dump to 3/4" or VHS, but now it kind of just gums up the works... But it's wonderfull when recording to Soundbooth.
Hi, I have the same problem and I don't know what to do. I imported an MPG file, the play button works, but there is no motion in preview window. After that I convered MPG to MOVE via Media Converter, the result was the same. It happens also when using MP3 file format, does anyone know? Many thanks!
I use G5, MacOS X 10.5.8 - Premiere Pro CS4 4.1.0