PE 7

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    • #47176
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I do wedding videos with PE7 editing software its very nice, but man it just keeps on crashing, after I have aprrox 1 hr working footage with my Window Vista . Is this normal or I’m I not doing something. I have already downloaded all the upgrades. Adobe has a great product but this is crazy. Or maybe I need CS4? Help!!

  • #194243
    AvatarAnonymous
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    How much RAM do you have. In my opinion Adobe Premiere is pretty inefficient when it comes to RAM usage. (At least the pro versions, Ive never worked with elements version) Is it crashing during an export or just during regular editing?

  • #194244
    Avatarhmueller
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    I used to use PE7 without any problem with Windows XP. Now I have upgraded to Windows 7 and PE8 and still no problem. Could it be that it is a Vista problem? Certainly if you do not have enough RAM it could also cause crashes.

    If you are familiar with Premiere Elements, it might be a good idea to stick with it. CS4 will place even greater demands on your system.

  • #194245
    AvatarAnonymous
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    Thanks!

    It mostly crashes during editing, I have asked about the RAM, i”m running on 3.0 GB – should I get more?

  • #194246
    Avatarhmueller
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    On my old PC I had 3 GB ram which was basically the limit when using a 32bit Windows. Then long projects would be a problem. This is the reason why I upgraded to Windows 7. I now have 8GB of ram.

  • #194247
    AvatarAnonymous
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    I agree I use to run CS3 with a 32bit configuration and it was always crashing due to a lack of ram. I would upgrade to a 64bit os and bump up to at least 6gb ram

  • #194248
    AvatarAnonymous
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    Best way to learn all about PE7? Any one has ideas?

  • #194249
    Avatarhmueller
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    Hi Manny

    Two suggestions: 1) Take the tutorials on lynda.com (http://www.lynda.com/home/ViewCourses.aspx?lpk0=356)

    2) Use the book “Creating Hollywood Style Movies with Premiere Elements 7” by Paul Ebert

    Heidi

  • #194250
    AvatarAnonymous
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    Thanks, I’ll do that

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