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Playback issue after export: shown duration & framerate

Jan 27, 2013 9:15 AM

I have playback issues after exporting my videos: the video runs fine but I can't scroll in the movie (whatever player I use) because the duration is totally wrong. When I check the properties I can see that the frame rate is something very low, which matches the crazy durations (several hours/days). Is it like a header issue? The video in itself seems fine.

 

Exemple:

I export a 12min47sec video at 25fps  (I use AVCHD 1080p 25fps mp4 - the source is same resolution, same fps)

Playback will show 47hours56min06sec if I check the framerate I read: 0.11fps   but it will still play fine

 

So far I'm using a different software to re-export the movie and it works fine after that, but it's kind of a waste of time...

 

Thank you for your time

 
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    Jan 27, 2013 9:56 AM   in reply to Matt079

    Welcome to the forum.

     

    What are the full specs. of you Export/Share/Publish settings?

     

    Also, in your Timeline, if you hit the End key (might need to be Fn+End on some Macs), where does the CTI (Current Time Indicator) go - to the desired end of Clips, or way beyond?

     

    Good luck,

     

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    Jan 28, 2013 6:32 AM   in reply to Matt079

    What player is this? It is the player that "reads" the information from the file and displays it accordingly. If the player makes a mistake, this is what you will get. What happens if you bring the exported clip back into Premiere Elements and play it from within PrE11?

     

    When you seek to a speciic point, it is the Player that is responsible for getting the frame there. So try a different playback application (vlc or quicktime player for example)

     
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    Jan 28, 2013 7:35 AM   in reply to Matt079

    Thank you for the info and the screen-caps.

     

    Along with VDOSurfer's suggestions, I would also run the output file through MediaInfo, http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en, a great, free file info utility, to see what it says about the file's properties. I find that for many formats, it does a better job, than the oft recommended G-Spot.

     

    Good luck,

     

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