1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 15, 2009 10:58 AM by Jeff Bellune

    Trouble Exporting movie with Media Encoder, weird clip sizes and errors


      I'm using Premiere Pro CS4 on a Windows XP Professional with 2gb RAM and 1.6GHz.  I'm trying to export a short movie (2.5 minutes) with no audio.  It is just a bunch of stitched together videos imported from 1280x 1024.  I'm sizing them into 720 x 480.  I get very poor video quality unless I use uncompressed formats, so I am using an Uncompressed AVI with UYVY Codec and 1.0 square pixels.


      1st problem: I get an error running more than around 35-50seconds:


      The Operation was interrupted by user
      - Source File: C:\DOCUME~1\imurphy\LOCALS~1\Temp...
      - Output File: C:\Documents and Settings\imurphy\My Documents...
      - Preset Used: Custom
      - Video: 720x480, 25 [fps], Progressive, Quality 100
      - Audio:
      - Bitrate:
      - Encoding Time: 00:05:03
      7/15/2009 1:18:56 PM : Encoding Failed
      Error compiling movie.


      Unknown error.

      Its very consistent with having this error.  I'm pretty sure there is plenty of room for the files, it only gets up to around 2.5gb.  I can watch the movie up to where the error occurs and there is no problem.



      2nd: I tried spliting the video up into 4 different files and the last clip won't match the others.  I export all of them the same way, with 1.0 aspect ratio and the first 3 come out saying .9091NTSC.  The last one will say it is 1.0 ratio if I do it the same way or 0.9091 NTSC  if I change it, but either way, it will come out wider that the other clips (they will all still have black space on sides).