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Appendix Appendix B. Troubleshooting Adobe Premiere 6.5

Appendix Appendix B. Troubleshooting Adobe Premiere 6.5

Problems that can occur in Premiere are not necessarily caused by Premiere. The process of editing video and audio simply asks a lot of a computer. Remember, about 200 MB of data is exchanged and processed every minute with DV-based video and audio clip, and upwards of 1 GB per minute with uncompressed video. FireWire allows for the ultrafast exchange between your DV device and your computer, but what can happen when your FireWire PCI card goes bad? Or what if your A/V card has a problem? There are various screen resolutions to contend with, a variety of audio frequencies to capture or render, and the special effects that Premiere can apply frame by frame to your clip or clips in the Timeline’s tracks. Think about it: That— combined with the rendering of previews for immediate playback—is a lot to ask from even the latest state-of-the-art computer system!

The tips discussed here can be applied to both Windows and Macintosh. If, after working through this appendix, you still have not solved your problem, consult other online and print resources mentioned here and in Appendix C.


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