Is there a yellow-orange line along the top of your timeline?
Can you post a screen capture of your timeline to this forum so that we can see what it looks like?
BTW, what model of camcorder is your video coming from and what format is the video file? 1050x750 is not a standard resolution. If this is video from screen recording software (like SnapIt) you may need to convert the video from variable to constant frame rate.
Also, please confirm that you have Quicktime 7 installed, per the program's system requirements.
Okay here is my screen shot. I am using a Nikon Cool Pix Camera. My pictures are either 4x6 or 5x7 I do have some video clips that are also included in my project. They come from the Nikon Cool Pix, they are a MOV file and are 1920 x 1080.
When I hit "render" there is a screen that "flashes" very quickly and shuts off. It states 1 of 710 previews and 85 of 60725 frames rendering
Also I have Quicktime 7.7.9 installed
Based on the information you've given, I know of no reason this wouldn't render. Sorry I can't offer any more help. Hopefully someone else can.
I assume all of your photos are sized to no larger than 2500x1875 pixels (72 ppi) in size.
While I was waiting for your answer I kept searching and reading other forums and their answers. I really didn't find a solution but out of the "trial and error" method I found a solution!
I placed my time line indicator where the first clip had turned to "orange" and highlighted the "title clip". I than deleted that clip and hit "render" and much to my surprise it started to render??!! It continued on and rendered my entire timeline!! I was totally amazed!
I guess the old adage, "if at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again" worked for this problem!!
Thanks for reviewing my questions and for trying to come up with a solution. I hope that if someone else runs into this snag they read my reply and also find a work around.
This forum process is great! Thanks once again.
Glad you found a solution, AZ! Thanks for reporting back.