Premiere crashes often when I attempt to cut an unlinked audio track. Message appears "A serious error has occurred and Premiere must close". Timeline has only 1 video and 2 mono audio tracks from 30p miniDV source material.
Running version 5.0.3
Windows 7 64-bit w/ current updates
New machine - just assembled by my company's IT guy with video editing in mind (SD from miniDV for web streaming).
Specs: ACPI x64 - based PC
Intel i7 processor
6 gb memory
Dual Nvidia GEForce GTS 450 video cards - driver updated v. 184.108.40.20699
Disk Drives: OS and Premiere: ST31500341AS ATA 112 gb of 195 gb free
Media/capture/output: WDC WD10 02FAEX-00Z3A0 SCSI 102 gb free of 736gb
Project/Sequence Settings: DV NTSC 30p, 29.97 no field order(progressive), 720X480 (.9091 pixel aspect ratio)
Project contains 16 sequences, each approx. 30 mins of 30p DV with 1 video and 2 mono audio tracks - live conference presentations - default track setting 'mono' to seperate ch1 and ch2 audio.
After unlinking audio and video, Premiere crashes frequently when I attempt to cut an audio track.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
First remove one of the GTS 450 cards and see if that solves the issue.
Went in to NVIDIA control panel and realized SLI was disabled so only running one card.
Re-installed drivers, enabled SLI, and added card to PPRO .txt file so that GPUSniffer.exe would recognize it.
MPE acceleration is now enabled and PPRo seems to be much more stable so far.
Thanks for the suggestion, Harm...got me going down the right path.
You can completely remove the second card, since it is not used and SLI is not supported. Removing it will also remove potential conflicts and have no impact at all on performance.