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David Beisner April 22nd, 2009 08:53 AM

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I've been getting the [...\...\Src\Time.cpp-105] error message in both Premiere and Encore and it's driving me nuts.

I get it in Premiere when I try to import an m2t clip recorded with OnLocation.
I get it in Encore when importing any mpeg files to my project manager (but only mpeg; other files come in just fine).
I also get it in Encore when using the "output to Encore" command in Premiere.

The message will pop up, I click Ok, it pops up a second time, I click Ok, and then I get a message saying that "an input contract violation has occurred."

In Encore, it goes ahead and pulls in my video clips and everything runs just fine (unless I'm opening Encore as part of the process of exporting the video from Premiere, in which case Encore continues to open but the file is not imported. I have to browse to it in the project manager and do it manually, at which time I do not get the message again). In Premiere, it refuses to pull in the m2t clips and crashes Premiere.

I've been unable to find a consistent solution to this problem either here or in Adobe forums. Some folks have tied it to Quicktime, others have tied it to Cineform. Still others have tied it to something in their user accounts. I do have Cineform Aspect HD installed, but never use it anymore (keep it installed only to access old projects that I created using it). My version of Quicktime is the latest, and my user account is Administrator level and is the only one on this computer.

Any help or suggestions?

Gary Brun April 23rd, 2009 05:37 AM

Try holding down the shift key while starting Premiere.
I have found the problem on my system to be quicktime.

David Beisner April 23rd, 2009 10:02 AM

What does the shift key do? My biggest problem has been with Encore. It just threw the same error again while trying to build slideshows for a DVD I'm working on. This time, though, it's completely crashing and won't let me proceed with the build.

Jiri Fiala April 23rd, 2009 10:08 AM

Does that happen with all M2T clips or an isolated one?

David Beisner April 23rd, 2009 10:19 AM

Very strange... I just completely uninstalled Quicktime and now it's building my slideshows with no problems. What would Quicktime have to do with slideshows in Encore???

Lloyd Coleman April 24th, 2009 10:31 AM

David,

Do you have any Cineform products installed on your machine? I ask because I have similar problems that I have tracked to Cineform and or Quicktime. If I unistall either one my problem goes away, but when they are both on my system I get the problem.

Gary Brun April 24th, 2009 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lloyd Coleman (Post 1132454)
David,

Do you have any Cineform products installed on your machine? I ask because I have similar problems that I have tracked to Cineform and or Quicktime. If I unistall either one my problem goes away, but when they are both on my system I get the problem.

I have both of these products.
That's why I said hold the shift button down when starting... it works for me and is recommended by Cineform too.

Steve Pesenti April 25th, 2009 06:30 PM

What does holding down the shift button when starting Premiere do?

Brett Griffin April 25th, 2009 08:56 PM

Holding down the Shift key re-creates the PluginCache file. Some problems may be caused by a damaged PluginCache file. Hold down the Shift key while starting Premiere Pro. Release the key when the welcome window appears

Charley Campbell April 29th, 2009 09:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brett Griffin (Post 1133288)
Holding down the Shift key re-creates the PluginCache file. Some problems may be caused by a damaged PluginCache file. Hold down the Shift key while starting Premiere Pro. Release the key when the welcome window appears

Does holding down the shift key work for Adobe Encore? I'm constantly getting this error in Encore and I do have both Cineform & Quicktime installed.

Battle Vaughan April 29th, 2009 09:37 AM

Charley, check your Quicktime version; I installed the 7.6 update and it killed Encore cs4 and After Effects; when I removed it and re-installed 7.55 everything came back. Adope, er Adobe, told me about the shift=start trick, but in my case it was a QT incompatability (vista 32, Creative Suite CS4, fyi) / Battle Vaughan/miamiherald.com video team

Charley Campbell April 29th, 2009 09:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Battle Vaughan (Post 1134984)
Charley, check your Quicktime version; I installed the 7.6 update and it killed Encore cs4 and After Effects; when I removed it and re-installed 7.55 everything came back. Adope, er Adobe, told me about the shift=start trick, but in my case it was a QT incompatability (vista 32, Creative Suite CS4, fyi) / Battle Vaughan/miamiherald.com video team

I'm using Production Premium CS3 on Vista 64-bit. This is one of the only problems I've had running it on here. I find it kind of weird that Adobe has no mention of it in their support site or knowledge base as I have experienced it on both XP Pro & Vist 64-bit.

I will try to downgrade Quicktime - any idea where I can download version 7.55?

Gary Brun April 29th, 2009 10:21 AM

QuickTime - DOWNLOAD at OLD VERSION.COM

Martin Rose April 29th, 2009 10:48 PM

I had the same problem after installing the cineform demo
I think Cineform breaks Quicktime which then breaks the Premiere/Encore link
One solution is to uninstall Quicktime and then install Quicktime lite
Worked for me.

Martin

Marty Hudzik April 30th, 2009 03:03 PM

Does Quicktime lite allow for us to export from premiere and AE to quicktime animation files with alpha channels? I'm thinking no, and that is important. I need quicktime "and" Cineform and uninstalling either seriously hinders the basic workflow for me.

Thanks.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Martin Rose (Post 1135310)
I had the same problem after installing the cineform demo
I think Cineform breaks Quicktime which then breaks the Premiere/Encore link
One solution is to uninstall Quicktime and then install Quicktime lite
Worked for me.

Martin



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