Fixing Adobe Premiere Elements 10 Keyframe.h-142 error
Have you got the problem that Premiere Elements fails to open a specific project? You get the error message "Premiere Pro has encountered an error" followed by something similar to "[c:\randall\mediacore\mediafoundation\api\inc\Keyframe/Keyframe.h-142]".
Then there is hope. The problem seems to relate to what decimal symbol that is used in Windows. Most likely you live in a country that uses comma (,) as decimal symbol.
If you upload your project file below our script will try to fix it for you. The result is not 100% accurate but hopefully you will at least be able to open your project and continue where you left off.
When the file is converted, and if you are able to open it, please check the following:
- Check clip audio volume settings, especially clips where you have used some kind of keyframes (i.e. fade in, face out).
- This far, that's the only know issue but please let us know if you get another issue with your project.
If our tool doesn't help you there is still hope. When the tool failes to repair a project an error report is sent to us so we can modify the tool to handle the problem. Please do not contact us regarding these kind of errors, we've got all information we need to correct the error and usually we do this within a week. Thank you for your understanding!
Last update: 2013-03-26
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