So far I have filmed with a SonyFX1000. For testing I now have some movies with my Canon DSLR rotated. The problem I have is now, however, says that my Premiere Elements 8 after a short time, that very little memory is available and that I should save often. I then upgraded my calculator of 4GB to 12GB of Ram.
However, the message still comes!? Ranging from 12 GB memory is not to cut by 10 minutes FullHD film? But can not really be right?
Antwort von Bildstabilisator:
I had the same problem with mov. files or with AVCHD files. Premiere Elements has been very slow and spongy. There is now, since the spring of 2010, an update which should improve the performance of Premiere. Crucial synonymous certain settings in the background. Information is available here in the forum or synonymous with Adobe.
Greetings from Image Stabilization
Antwort von ucob:
synonymous I had this problem. After switching to windows 7 64 bit and 8 GB of RAM is the problem solved. Since then, no more crashes. One problem with the title at GraKa animations to update the driver (ATI) solved synonymous.