I suspect that the internal HDD does not have enough speed to be able to output all the files. The reason is this, Premiere creates a lot of temp files for video, a lot of peak files for audio, and a lot of cache files for all of the media used in the project, so with that said they will be written on one HDD. Now you can imagine how long it would take to get all of written on one drive.
yea but the thing is that it used to work ok, the 2 major changes that i made was that 1) i installed snow leopard 2) i moved my videos from my external HD(which i think it was NTFS) to my internal disk
Others have reported Snow Leopard issues. You may need to roll back.
yea i also thought that it might be another Snow Leopard issue but when i create a new project and import some footage i have no problem everything works fine.
To be more specific my main problem is that i cant link the offline media videos at the project that i am currently working.
any other suggestions please help
am also getting this error from the console i hope this helps
28/10/2009 14:20:30 Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Error loading /Applications/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.app/Contents/Plug-ins/Common/RecorderHDVMac.bundle/Contents/MacOS/RecorderHDVMac: dlopen(/Applications/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.app/Contents/Plug-ins/Common/RecorderHDVMac.bundle/Contents/MacOS/RecorderHDVMac, 262): Symbol not found: __ZN3ASL4File6CreateERKSbItSt11char_traitsItEN7dvacore7utility19SmallBlockAllocator12STLA llocatorItEEENS_15FileAccessFlags4TypeENS_18FileShareModeFlags4TypeENS_26FileCreateDisposi tionFlags4TypeENS_19FileAttributesFlags4TypeE
Referenced from: /Applications/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/IPPMPEGDecoder.framework/Versions/A/IPPMPEGDecoder
Expected in: /Applications/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/ASLFoundation.framework/Versions/A/ASLFoundation