Okay...for about a year now we have been putting together a massive movie project with Adobe Premier Pro. The film is about an hour and a half long and there are a couple hundred clips, audio files, music files etc.
I edited each scene separately and planned to put them all together in one sequence at the end.
Now, I am at that stage and the computer simply will not let me edit for more than an hour or so--sometimes even only a few minutes--before it craps out ("A serious error has occurred and Adobe must be shut down.") or else, even more maddening, it stops playing clips of any kind; I can still move the slider around and click on things but when I press 'play' it just sits there and does nothing. Sometimes it starts to repeatedly play the same audio clip or sound effect for every clip in the audio part of the time line.
I am totally stumped here and don't know what to do. Buying a faster computer is not an option. It's strange also because mine works just fine for smaller video projects, but now that the whole thing is very big it can't seem to handle it.