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Adobe Premiere Elements 15 Freezing with Hollywood Looks

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Apr 01, 2018

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As it says above I have Adobe Premiere Elements 15. Everytime I try to drag an item from the Hollywood Looks tab under Effects it freezes up. My mouse works and I can go anywhere else on my computer including the internet, but not the program. Any thoughts?

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I used to used Hollywood Looks a lot; so here's what I'd suggest.

1. Close all of your apps and re-start your computer.

2. Open PRE

3. Make a short video. (Use your built-in or attached Webcam if you have one.)

4. Apply the desired Hollywood Effect (I used 'Crushed Color' in the example).

5. Preview and save.

If you're still getting a crash, Whsprague is probably right. Time to add more memory and/or faster processor. (Keep it simple; just upgrade your computer.)

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Adobe Premiere Elements 15 Freezing with Hollywood Looks

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As it says above I have Adobe Premiere Elements 15. Everytime I try to drag an item from the Hollywood Looks tab under Effects it freezes up. My mouse works and I can go anywhere else on my computer including the internet, but not the program. Any thoughts?

[Here is the list of all Adobe forums... https://forums.adobe.com/welcome]

[Comments is to ask about the operation of the Forum, not a specific program]

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I used to used Hollywood Looks a lot; so here's what I'd suggest.

1. Close all of your apps and re-start your computer.

2. Open PRE

3. Make a short video. (Use your built-in or attached Webcam if you have one.)

4. Apply the desired Hollywood Effect (I used 'Crushed Color' in the example).

5. Preview and save.

If you're still getting a crash, Whsprague is probably right. Time to add more memory and/or faster processor. (Keep it simple; just upgrade your computer.)

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Without knowing more, my first guess is that your computer is not up to the task.  Can you offer detailed information about your computer, the project and the source of the media?

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I used to used Hollywood Looks a lot; so here's what I'd suggest.

1. Close all of your apps and re-start your computer.

2. Open PRE

3. Make a short video. (Use your built-in or attached Webcam if you have one.)

4. Apply the desired Hollywood Effect (I used 'Crushed Color' in the example).

5. Preview and save.

If you're still getting a crash, Whsprague is probably right. Time to add more memory and/or faster processor. (Keep it simple; just upgrade your computer.)

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