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Premiere Pro won't let me save

Explorer ,
Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021

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For some reason Premiere Pro won't let me save, save a copy, or save as for my project. I'm literally just stuck and can't save any work I do. I tried closing and restarting Premiere. I tried restarting the whole computer. Every time I open this particular project, it won't let me save any work I do in any form.

 

Any ideas? Help!

 

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Explorer , Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021
Thanks for the help Kevin! I was using an original name. But I did find the answer: it turns out that I had indeed run out of space on the hard drive. I kind of wish the error message in Premiere had explained that it was a hard disk full issue instead of a generic error. Well, at least if anyone else runs into the same problem, they will find the answer a bit faster here! Haha. Thanks everyone!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021

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Hmm. Do you have write permissions to the drive? Have you tried saving to other places?

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That's the weird thing is I had been saving no problems for the whole project and then all of a sudden it stopped working. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021

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Pretty strange. Hopefully you've tried a reboot, and how is the hard drive space doing?

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021

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SrFaye,

Hi. Sorry. Are you trying to Save and then using an identical name that you are saving over then attempting to "Replace?" When using Save after you've already saved, try incrementing the file name by using _01 or the like. Then Save.

 

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Thanks for the help Kevin! I was using an original name. But I did find the answer: it turns out that I had indeed run out of space on the hard drive. I kind of wish the error message in Premiere had explained that it was a hard disk full issue instead of a generic error. Well, at least if anyone else runs into the same problem, they will find the answer a bit faster here! Haha.

 

Thanks everyone!

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Did the warning say something like, Selector 9, Srfaye? Yeah, sorry about that. I'm working on that directive with the engineering. Make error codes that we mere mortals can understand. I will definitely advocate for your request, for sure.

BTW, Isn't Selector 9 a ska band or something like that from the 80s? Sounds like it.

 

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Kevin

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