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Marieke van Middelkoop
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Render problems premiere cs6 'reading xmp'

Feb 18, 2013 3:50 AM

We're having some trouble here rendering movies from premiere cs6....

3 video tracks with images and video, no transitions... 7 audio tracks wit 48kHz audio.

We read some earlier topics on 48kHz audio giving errors in a 44.1 kHz project, but sometimes our test renders work just fine with same settings and source material.

But then most of the times, it just won't render.

Also tried a tip of unchecking the write XMP ID in prefs... doesnt help.


The rendering proces starts and hangs on 'reading xmp' in AME.

With plain 'export' the render hangs somewhere before the progress bar starts to fill up....


Anyone an idea how to solve this?!

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    Feb 18, 2013 6:15 AM   in reply to Marieke van Middelkoop



    First of all, let's clear up a little issue for clarification.


    "Render" means to create preview files for Premiere Pro to use to be able to play back the video at full speed.


    "Export" means to create a new file from the sequence for use on a DVD, a web site, etc.


    It appears that you mean "Export".


    Have you tried right clicking on the audio clip and selecting "Edit Clip in Adobe Audition"? That will replace the audio clip on the sequence. You don't have to actually edit in Audition, just close it.  If the issue is audio that may very well solve your problem.

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    Feb 18, 2013 7:32 AM   in reply to Marieke van Middelkoop

    Perhaps you can explain why you have a 44.1KHz project to begin with? What happens if you get rid of all of the previous renders?

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    Feb 18, 2013 8:09 AM   in reply to Marieke van Middelkoop

    hangs on 'reading xmp' in AME.


    How long do you wait for this to happen?

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