I think you might be right (or they might be right). I transcoded a file to MPEG-4 format and the video played back in Elements. The playback was really stuttered, but it worked. Thanks for the answer!
transcoded a file to MPEG-4 format and the video played back in Elements. The playback was really stuttered
If your computer is a laptop (I don't know Dell models) you are not going to be happy trying to edit video
You need AT LEAST two 7200rpm hard drives... and that is NOT one drive partitioned into two
Read Harm on drive setup http://forums.adobe.com/thread/662972?tstart=0
- click the embedded picture in Harm's message to enlarge to reading size
- you need AT LEAST 2 drives for video editing, 3 is better
- some HD formats work better with (require) RAID
Read Hunt on Partitions http://forums.adobe.com/thread/650708?tstart=0
A link with many ideas about computer setup http://forums.adobe.com/thread/436215?tstart=0
Desktop Video Editing PC http://www.adkvideoediting.com/
Laptop Video Editing PC http://www.sagernotebook.com/
It is a file replace.. I don't see any version being updated.. Did not update it, because Adobe says it is only for the ones with Trial.. And I have a serialized version.
That is correct. Registered owners of the software don't have to update anything at this time.
See, you just posted that Adobe KB and we've already suggested it once!