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Manu De Smet January 2nd, 2008 06:45 AM

Premiere Pro 2.0 crash => Data loss, URGENT !!
 
Hellow,

I hope that any of you will be able to help me cause i'm on the edge of destroying this PC at the moment. I do my editing with Adobe Prem Pro 2.0 and never had problems with it, now since yesterday it starts crashing and i cant open my projects that I worked in anymore, resulting in a 2 weeks of work loss!! The deadline is in 4 days so I got all my good will together and started over but now after 12hours of work I get the same error again.
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u...adobecrash.jpg => after this it sais it has to close down adobe and will try to save my project.

I use Windows XP, 3.4ghz 1024mb ram if you need any more details i'll be glad to give them to you, hope somebody can fix this.

Manu

Josh Chesarek January 2nd, 2008 07:30 AM

Try starting adobe while holding down the Shift Key. This will attempt to clear out temp files and reload things and sometimes can help.

Manu De Smet January 2nd, 2008 08:13 AM

Doesn't help.

Marty Baggen January 2nd, 2008 09:51 AM

Do you have a system restore point you can safely go back to?

Other workarounds to try to get back on track that I have done... log on as a different user to your OS, and if you have CS.... try seeing if your Premiere project can be imported into After Effects.

Are you able to open other Premiere projects?

Herman Van Deventer January 2nd, 2008 10:38 AM

Try this one /

Do not open the project via the premiere interface

Locate the prem project icon on your hdrive / d click to open straight from
the hd.

Manu De Smet January 2nd, 2008 05:06 PM

Thanks all for the replies but I found what was going on. It seemed there was a kind of glitch between some shots, at the moments where I stopped recording ( last 10 mins of the DV tape ) it messed up the timecode. ( I use the XL 2 and never ever had this before, tape is TDK ).

I could play the original file in media players but in Adobe or any other editing software it went crazy because the internal timecode was, wel sorry to say f***ed. I downloaded the CS3 Trail and it could read the timeline IF I cut it down into the scenes and then cut off some frames of every end and beginning after that I exported the whole thing again. So it was only 1 tape that was corrupt, I never encountered this before, very strange. I didnt see it because I captured everything in one long file of one hour every time...


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