Adobe Premiere Pro

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by Barrie, Aug 20, 2006.

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    Barrie Guest

    On some of the previous editions of VISTA and pre-BETA 2, I was able to get
    both Premiere PRO and Premiere Elements to work. With the latest version,
    both fail to initialize because of entry point problems.

    In checking with Adobe last week, I was nnot able to find any reference to
    these issues. Has anyone else experienced the same or similar problems?
     
    Barrie, Aug 20, 2006
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    Roger Guest

    Actually I cant uninstall it because I cant get rid of a key on the registry.
     
    Roger, Sep 25, 2006
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    Colin Grant Guest

    Don't know about Elements as I have lost my downloaded program and Vista
    won't let me download another from Adobe - something to do with secure html
    sites or something!!! Certainly Premier Elements won't run though - it seems
    to install ok but dies at start-up.

    Colin
     
    Colin Grant, Sep 25, 2006
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    Barrie Guest

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    Barrie, Sep 25, 2006
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    Barrie Guest

    Hi Brian and Roger:

    With RC1 I have been able to get Adobe Premiere Pro to work correctly by
    deleting all Adobe files and reinstalling and re-registering Premiere. (I
    don't think the latter was necessary I just did it!) There was another
    change that I made that may also have had an impact: I changed the graphics
    card to a NVIDIA 6200 with 4 times the memory of my old ATI card. The old
    card did not have enough memory to run VISTA's movie maker but earlier
    editions had allowed me to run the Adobe programs.
     
    Barrie, Sep 25, 2006
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    Barrie Guest

    Hi:

    With RC1 I have been able to get Premiere Pro to work correctly. With the
    penultimate build of VISTA I was not able to get the edit window to display
    or sound to function correctly. ALl of those problems have gone away. In
    fact it seems to work faster under VISTA than XP Pro, especially when goinmg
    across the network for files.
     
    Barrie, Sep 25, 2006
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