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HELP! Plug-in error in Premiere Pro

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Hey all

 

I haven't been on here for quite some time, since I have been directing a film. It is finally done and I am sending it off to Montreal for the film festival, hopefully in the next few days.

 

However, I have tried several times to burn the film, edited in Adobe Premiere Pro to DVD-R, but each time about 50% thru the burning process, it stops and says something along the lines of: "error: (missing) DLL Plug-In". Does anyone know what this means, and how I can fix it? I am in desperate need to figure it out, so hopefully someone can help me; it'd be appreciated beyond belief! (maybe I'll even put your name in the "special thanks" part of the credits :) )

 

Thanks ahead of time,

 

Dan Goldberg

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This is irrelevant I'm sure but I could never get DVD-R's to work. Switch to DVD+R's and had a 100% success rate

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you could try downloading a windows update made for adobe premiere pro. Just google "premiere pro windows update" or something and I'm sure the problem will be fixed. Other than that it might be a problem with the dvd disks. I had a similar problem but that was when i was exporting my project to a harddrive. The problem was that the hardrive was not formatted properly.

 

Peace

 

Andrew

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awesome stuff guys, i'll try both :)

any other tips? anything will help

thanks!

 

Dan Goldberg

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Make sure the driver for your DVD burner is the latest and you could try the old uninstall / reinstall trick with Premiere

 

The forums on the Adobe site are extremely useful. You'll find far more people burning dics on a forum like http://forum.doom9.org/index.php its full of people who love sorting problems

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Truthfully, I'd find an editing forum and ask there first! :P After all, those guys deal with this stuff everyday for a living. Plenty of us here do dabble in editing, but I'm guessing not enough to deal with complex plug-in issues. Or maybe that's just me.

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