My guess is your computer is under powered, under rammed and maybe short on hard disk drives.
Possibly not set up optimised also.
What are the system specs and what source material are you editing?
Thanks for the reply. Yes, my system is under powered for efficient
operation. it is a dual core Pentium HP Pavilion DV9500 notebook PC
wtih T7500 @2.20 GHz and 4 GB ram, operating with Vista Ultimate 64.
However, I thing there is another problem. That it is choking on my
high def files lasting over an hour and a half is understandable given
the slow disk drives and small memory. However
Here is the big however. I get a message on start up that EEventManger
is missing. I have used this computer prior with CS5 and it worked
sluggishly, ( see under powered), but it struggled through. I deleted
unneeded files and I think I deleted the EEventmanager which may be key
to Preimier's operation in the vista Ultimate environment.
Now I find that the simplist of projects, no video, no sound, just
creating a title that says hello, then immediately trying to save the
project, crashes Preimier CS5. That tells me its a system issue.
I know your software works as delivered. I need to know how to
examine, where in the stream of events that Premier is using that my
operating system is missing whatever dll I wrongly deleted when I was
making space for my big project to render. It there some tool I can
use to identify why it is crashing and what aspect of my operating
system, I wrongly deleted.
Another problem is my video display is a Nvida 6800 M GS. This is not
a supported video display. When CS5 dis work minimally on my system
earlier this week, that imcompatibility introduced an awkwardness that
was not however insurmountable. i was able to get a 1 hout 15 minute
high def project ready to render with multiple edits and trackes.
In summary, I need help with two things.
1. I have installed, uninstalled, changed and reinstalled many many
times. I am eating up activations at a rapid rate, and may run out if
there is a limit. All has been on the same computer with different
configurations. So need help with limits on activation, until I get
2. I need a way to discover where my operating system is defective. A
dump of why Premier's crash memory configuration might tell me where in
the operating system it went lacking. I have tried to find out how to
restore the EEventManger for VIsta, since that is the sign on to windows
error that is new with the problem, but have not yet found that out.
Please let me know what my activation status is and if there is a dump
that reveals where Premier cs5 died.
EEventManger maybe something to do with an Epson Printer.
Anne, in the past crashing on titles has been because of third party fonts. Have you or some other application installed additional fonts on your machine?