I have a strange problem to me until now to explain None could and to which I now synonymous still have found nothing.
It is this: In Premiere 6.0 occurs when frequently the problem on that I have a little longer in the Project window hab cut. After I then closed premiere had to stop with the work, and next day then start again, the project is gone! Where actually imported or geöffnteten files with names stand should find only "-1". I have the files but neither moved nor deleted.
I hope one can help me.
Thank you ever been in advance.
Antwort von Paul Tanner:
Rostocker Skater wrote:
> Hey guys, thanks for the clean look. > > I have a strange problem to me until now to explain None > and was able to until now synonymous I still have found nothing. > > It is this: In Premiere 6.0 occurs when frequently the problem > on that I have a little longer in the Project window hab cut. After > I then closed premiere had to stop with the work, and > the next day then start again, the project is gone! Where > actually imported or geöffnteten files with names stand > should be found only "-1". > I have the files but neither moved nor deleted. > > I hope one can help me. > > Thank you ever been in advance.
from an old thread:
"Hannes Hörting" wrote:
> Hello Ralph > > "Ralph Weber" wrote in news post > news: firstname.lastname@example.org ... >> Hello, >> >> I use Premiere 6:01 together with Windows XP, had a new >> DV Widescreen Project with 48 kHz sound is created and funny video >> Cut, about 3 hours of work. In between, always properly >> Saved etc. >> >> If I now attempt the Project File (PPJ), or one of the >> Backup files blibt the timeline is empty and the file name of the >> Source opinions are all "0" or "-1". Say the whole work seems >> To be the devil ... >> >> Is there any way I Project Restore >> Can? I have the PPJ times with the Windows editor, there are >> Lots of parameters that can "adjust" can, maybe I can >> Because what do? Otherwise it would be too annoying ... >> > > No worry, is a known problem and is used in conjunction with MP3 > put the paste. There is a small program allows you to PPJ > "repair". You can find here: > http://www.xs4all.nl/~jhariot/assets/programs/premierefix.exe > > Invite your PPJ file in the program and it creates a fixed copy. > (projekt.ppj ==> projektFIX.ppj). The file with the extension is the FIX > repaired. > > Good luck > > Hannes >