Question about Adobe Premiere Elements 7 for Windows Full Version for PC
This simply means what is says you are running very low on disk space and there is not enough left to download your source file(s) from the Everio HDR. You will need to delete some documents or archive them to get back more space. Another idea is to run a cleaning tool over the system to see how much space can be cleared up by deleting temporary files and junk and browsing history and unused files that are no longer needed or in use. If you don't have one then download Ashampoo from www.ashampoo.de and use it for 30 days for free. I have run this across loads of different systems and never had any issues with using it for the past 4 years. If you still don’t have enough space then you will need to buy some more disk space - currently around $75 / £50 per 1Tb drive which should give you enough extra space to download HDR files to and edit them in Premiere.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
The remaining free capacity on Drive where the selected folder is located to download data is not sufficient. thats you are facing this problem.
Therefore you need to select the project folder on someone other drive which have sufficient free capacity. normally people use this project folder in mydocuments or C: drive.
please change the project folder drive in adobe premier to avoid this problem.
I am hopeful that you will understand it.
Thanks and regards
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
That means that the primary destination folder is set to a disk that is full.
Check the disk that you are using , and delete files or copy files into an external disk.
To select a different folder, simply set the import to a different disk (it is the disk, not the folder that is full). To empty the disk, select data files that you can move and copy them into an external disk or delete them.
Also ensure that destination folder is not set to CD/DVD unit, you cannot import/export to DVD/CD you need to burn a disk instead.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
I would first start by uninstalling programs that you do not use. You can do this through "Control Panel".
XP: "Control Panel"-->"Add/Remove Programs"
Vista: "Control Panel"-->"Programs and features"(classic view)
Right click on the program you want to remove and select "remove". You might be greeted with a few prompts asking if that is what you really want to do.
"Start Menu"-->"My Computer"-->right click on hard drive and select "properties". A new window will pop up, you want the "general" tab that shows the pie chart of your hard drive space. Below that pie chart you will notice a button that says "Disk Cleanup". Click it and follow the prompts.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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