If this is the trial version, it has some file type limitations since Adobe licenses modules from other companies, and they are not going to pay the license fee for a trial, only the purchased version
This is a paid version, not the trail version.
But thanks for trying!
I just called customer support; unfortunately, there's only real tech support Mon-Fri. So unless someone can help me today, I'm sunk! ;-(
- Ensure you select the appropriate Flip video preset for the new project.
- Check you have the most recent version of QuickTime (7.6.6 for Mac).
- If you are using the trial version install the fixed version of the video rendering component. Playback issues in trial versions of Adobe Premiere Elements 9.
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Are running ur premiere elements from standard user? If yes, you need to launch it from ur admin account once before using it with standard user.
Is your clip playing in Elements Organizer preview window ?
Curiously, the clip is playing from the Organizer application, although not the Organizer preview in Premiere Elements. However, initially the clip was not even playing in the Organizer application.
As an interesting note, I decided to try installing Premiere Elements 9 on a Mac PowerBook (2.66 GHz, 4 GB RAM, running 10.6.4). And it runs on this machine! Now this other machine is my "work" machine, so I'd prefer to be able to run Premiere Elements on my "home" iMac running a slightly older OS 10.5.8. But till I can figure out why it isn't running on the iMac, I'll make do with the PowerBook.
Thanks for all the comments and guidance so far.
Is your clip rendered? Do you see a Red line above the timeline? If yes,you should render it and see if it plays back after it turns to Green?
Might be obvious but right click on the file with in the time line and make sure its Enabled