My boss's computer crashed while we were working on a video project on adobe premiere cs3. He got it restored and those files were retrieved but now, when we try to export the movie as an mpeg, it gives me two different errors. One of them says" Unknown Error/ compiling error. Then, it gives me something along the lines of frames being dropped during capture...application is being cancelled."
The project plays but it doesn't allow any exporting/rendering...what can we do?
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Hi. You should at least have 2GB (4GB recommended) of memory when running Adobe Premiere CS4 for a smoother run since it's a very system resource hungry application. Try CS3 or CS2 instead if you don't plan to increase your RAM.
Try maxing out your temp file storage from within the options in the program. Also does the file play jerky when compiled as a finished file. Using an external player. When the file is played or previewed from within the app it was created, with the GUI loaded and possibly the file not being saved, the amount of memory consumed is exponentiallyincreased.
I would suggest downloading Photoshop CS4, and trying it first, before spending time downloading the other applications. If Photoshop CS4 runs on your computer, the others probably will. Premiere Pro is the biggest resource hog, but will run fine on a dedicated graphics computer.
Click <HERE> for Adobe Photoshop CS4 system requirements.
Click <HERE> for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 system requirements.