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"Matrix Cannot Be Inverted" Error After Converting CS6 Projects to Premiere Pro 2024

Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

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I have a lot of CS6 projects that I'm going back and reworking in Premiere Pro 2024. This worked fine for a while, but starting a couple of months ago an annoying glitch popped up.

 

When I specifiy the destination folder and tell it to create the new version of the project, it does its thing, pops up the warning about the Legacy Titler no longer being supported, and creates the project. However, when it does so, the Project window - the one that lets me see and organize all the sequences, bins and media in the project(!) - is missing from its usual place in my workspace.

 

If I go to the Windows menu, Projects> and select the project name, an error pops up that says "Matrix Cannot Be Inverted."

 

So in order to work around this, I have to start a brand new PP 24 project, then import the main sequence and its accompanying media from the CS6 project. This works, but seems unnecessarily kludgy and time-consuming especiall for something that used to work fine.

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Community Beginner ,
May 13, 2024 May 13, 2024

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I've recently started evaluating old projects also. (circa 2014) I am encountering the same error under the same circumstances. Thanks for the workaround. At least I know the project isn't gone forever.

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