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Adobe Premiere takes 15 minutes to load a file

I am using "vista" so that may be part of the problem but how can I expedite loading and editing of files in adobe premiere. A 5.5 minutes video with a sound track takes about 15 minutes to load. Also I have not been able to create a DVD since the computer, a Toshiba Satellite, goes into an unresponsive mode.

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Adobe Premiere Elements 1.0 is not compatible with Vista. You can download a trial of version 3.0 and see if it's something you would consider.

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If your catalog cannot be recovered then rename the hidden file psa.prf - This file can located under your user profile folder:

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If it does not work, then you need a newer version 8.

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I try to install adobe premiere pro cs4 with dvd but when i click on setup.exe, it shows me a box with checking system profile but it runs for just 90% and it stop it. and even it can't close.


the Disc might be unreadable on your drive
download and install it
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How do i save a video after editing in a video file?


Maybe you're not using the right program,because Photoshop won't edit videos, you need to use Adobe Premiere for that, if that is your case, then you should go to:

File>Export>Movie.

When the menu pops up, click settings.In settings you can change the output file type you want. And that's it

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There are occasions you find yourself facing DVDs as source videos for a project or need to do some "operation" on DVD with Adobe Premiere Pro. Whether it's for a wedding video, a sport highlight film, a video game demo, or some other project, more and more people have their video footage on DVDs (only) these days. Obviously this is not a wise move for editing - the video file has already been compressed, so you've already lost quality to begin with. But the fact is that you have to work with what you've got.

There are many problems would arise when importing and editing DVD to Adobe Premiere Pro, I just listed some of them here below, just check them out, if you happen to fall into one of their situation, then just read patiently, you will find an answer at the end

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Upgrading my pc to best perform with adobe photoshop


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What better place to start fine-tuning than by reducing the time it takes to launch Photoshop? The following sections show you several ways to launch Photoshop more quickly. Disabling Plug-ins
Each time you launch Photoshop, it loads plug-ins and presets into memory. The problem is that you may or may not need many of the plug-ins during the course of a session, but they eat into the memory allocation regardless. So, how do you alleviate this problem? Well, if you find there are some plug-ins that you use rarely, if ever, during your Photoshop sessions, you can disable them temporarily and enable them on the rare occasions when you do need them. The tradeoff in faster loading and more free memory may be worth the odd occasion when you may need to quit Photoshop, enable the plug-in, and relaunch Photoshop. To disable a plug-in, navigate to the Plug-Ins folder inside the Photoshop install folder and then insert a ~ (tilde) in front of the plug-in name, folder, or directory. For example, a good candidate to start with is the Digimarc plug-in, used to read and write watermarks. If your workflow never makes use of watermarking, loading it into memory each time you launch Photoshop is pointless. You can also install or move the infrequently used plug-ins out of the plug-ins folder and into a new folder (it cannot be a subfolder because Photoshop will still see it and load into memory any plug-ins that it finds). Plug-ins are easier to move around on Mac OS than they are on the PC (though some do require an install or simply their serial number to be entered after they are launched). If you do move the infrequently used plug-ins into this secondary folder, you can load them all in one go, as you need them; doing so, however, still requires a relaunch of Photoshop, unfortunately. To load a plug-in, hold down Ctrl+Shift (Windows), cmd+Shift (Mac OS) immediately after you launch Photoshop and then specify the additional plug-ins folder when asked. While you're in the Plug-Ins folder, you can safely disable some of the files in the File Formats folder that have been gathering dust because you have rarely, if ever, used them since you installed Photoshop. Some of the prime candidates to consider are as follows:
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