I have been using CS5 on my PC and I am using it to animate in HD. I've been nesting sequences together to clean up tracks for more space. While I'm working, a message pops up saying "An error has occured, the program must shut down" I look in the details and it said the Fault Module was PremiereFiltersMetaPlugin.prmnp (something like that) Once it crashes, I have to open up the task manager and close it in there, otherwise I can't open it again. I have no idea what to do, and this is frustrating because it happens within 30 seconds of opening the project. Can anyone help?
Welcome to the forum.
For remote troubleshooting, it would be very helpful to have a lot more detail. This ARTICLE will give you some tips, and also a few hints on how to gather some of that material.
The more that you can tell us about your system, your source footage, your Sequence Preset and the operation(s) that you are performing, the easier it will be to offer suggestions.
For finding out a few more details, this ARTICLE might offer some hints on finding clues.
This ARTICLE might be useful for setting up your computer for an editing session. Be sure to see the link (near the bottom of the thread) to Black Viper's page for Win7.
I have no idea why Premiere is doing that.
Do you have access to Flash ?
Wouldn't it be easier to animate there if you have it.