CPU: i5-7500 @ 3.4 GHz
RAM: 8 GB DDR4
GPU: GTX 1050 Ti
Premiere Pro: 22.214.171.124
After Effects: 16.0.1
Premiere Pro errors at "Loading ImporterQuickTime.prm" with the message:
^1 could not find any capable video play modules. Please update your video display drivers and start again.
Sometimes it says "^1" at the start, but sometimes it's just a blank space.
After Effects hangs at "Initializing MediaCore" for a few seconds, then crashes with no error message. I get the Adobe Crash Report dialog, and have submitted crash reports.
Sometimes I do get the crash report dialog, sometimes it just hangs for a few seconds and quits.
I have not:
If anyone has had this problem and solved it, or knows anything I can do to potentially help the problem, please let me know! I'm willing to do just about anything. I don't want to reinstall Windows unless I absolutely have to.
Thank you in advance, community!
Sorry for your issue. I understand that you are getting crash issues with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Have you considered increasing the amount of RAM installed on your computer? you can refer to this link: Adobe Premiere Pro CC System Requirements
Let us know if it helps.
Yes, I have plans to upgrade my computer. However, both Premiere and After Effects have run fine for me on this machine before this issue. I haven't done any hardware changes since everything has worked.
I have 32 GB and have the exact same problem...
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It usually happens that when you install, uninstall and re-install an application, in Windows at least, debris remains in the registry. You may find it by formatting your hard drive then doing a clean installation of Windows but first try deleting the preferences of Ae and Pr. In the list of possible solutions you have not done it yet.
Close Ae or Pr.
When clic to open Ae or Pr, immediately press Shft + Alt + Ctrl (on Windows) and keep pressing these three keys until If you see a dialog box where you are asked if you want to delete the preferences in Ae, press OK. In Pr there is no dialog box but the recent files in the welcome window do not appear.
Unfortunately I've tried this on both Pr and Ae, but with no different results. I may have to just reinstall Windows, seeing as none of the fixes I've seen anywhere on the Internet have worked. I just wish I could figure out what caused all this to help others with similar issues—I didn't uninstall or reinstall anything before this started happening.
I've seen others report that same error message. Give the forums a search, see what turns up.
This problem just started for me today. For me, it was the God awful IntellHD 530 graphical chipset.
I downgraded the IntellHD 530 drivers to the oldest version I could find that was supported on my Laptop and now the software works perfectly fine.
I really hate being both an Adobe beta tester and Unpaid service tech.
Just wanted to THANK YOU, as this was the main issue with my system. After spending a few days trying to find a solution (and reinstalling WINDOWS), this solved the issues.
SO, if your Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder do not open (they crash on start, they get stuck at the loading screen), this is the main problem.
If you look in Task Manager, you will notice that they are barely using any resources when being launched. SO just to reiterate (for search engines sake, so that they can see this solution): If your Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder do not open (they crash on start, they get stuck at the loading screen), try uninstalling your Intel 530 graphic card driver!!!