Try Enter instead of 0.
Oh Im sorry, I meant Enter. I had it mapped to After Effects beforehand.
Though covered in the "16 Questions," please pay special attention to:
Source footage - more info is better
Project/Sequence Preset - all info is necessary
Thanks for correcting me, here is what I got.
I recently upgraded my system from XP to an i7 860 CPU & Windows 7. Basically, my windows appear squished when rendered. I have turned off SLI & Physx. Screen shots are coming in my next post but right now I am working with Targa sequences & *.mov files, usually Animation codec.
This is a very recent issue as it worked fine in Windows XP & has happened since start up. After effects work fine & I see no other conflicts with program.
dxdiag & msinfo attached. thanks.
Your LG monitor is HD-ready, not full HD, yet you use it at full HD resolution. That may cause a problem (just a guess however).
What about the 16 questions at the end of the Wiki? Meanwhile, I'll have a further look at the info supplied.
after some troubleshoot with a friend, and turning off some pesky overclock features I had no idea about, it works fine now. thanks for the time spent.
Why try to overclock when you have performance stoppers like iTunes, AVG, QuiRckTime and most of all Sidebar running?
Anyway, glad you got it solved. Happy editing.
its primarily a gaming motherboard so the OC features seemed to come standard but it runs great for everything else. Premiere seems to be running well now.
I understand I got some CPU hogging stuff running but thanks for the information. Highly appreciated.