This sounds like a potential GUI display issue.
I would go to the video card's mfgr's. Web site, download and install the latest version for your make/model card, and your OS.
If you have an HP, or Dell, their Web site would be my first stop, as each tweaks the ATI/nVidia drivers a bit.
CTI running like it suppose too
Thanks for your help
That is great news. I suppose that you can now mark this question as Answered, so that others will know that you were successful in solving the issue.
Good luck, and happy editing,
This is my first reply in this forum! I just installed PE last Sat and I too had this problem. Will be checking out my updates on my video card later today. Have been doing a lot of reading and trying to find out how to work PE. Have been useing PSE for several years, and now am interested in video. Hope to find answers here along the way. Thanks Again
Welcome to the forum.
Good luck with updating the video driver. Do not trust Windows, or any utility to tell you, whether you have the lates driver - most will be off by at least six months. Go to the mfgr's. Web site, plug in your card's model and your OS, and check for yourself. If you have an HP, or a Dell, they usually release a tweaked version of the driver, about the same time that nVidia, or ATI does.
For learning PrElements, here is a list of recommended RESOURCES.
Tom Cat 1953
This guy solved my problem with his suggestion.
Up Date the Video Card
My CTI is working fine now.
First time I ever used the Forum and I got quick results.
First Time User of Adobe Premiere 10.
It’s a lot different then other Video Editing Programs that I have used so I will be going back to the Forum for more help.
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Great news, and that is why the first thing that I recommeded was updating the video driver - most GUI issues are related to the video driver. Unfortunately, too many trust Windows (or an upate utility) to tell them if they have the latest, and it will usually be at least 6 mos. out of date - 6 mos. with video drivers is an eternity.