For #1 - what was your export setting... project or work area bar?
I have had a similar but different problem.....................................it cuts the last voice recording on all clips imported at the end?
Then please answer John's question, above.
The Publish + Share setting is AVCHD - MP4 H264 1440 x 1080p 24. the result is all smooth and good except the last short clip and the Title and Text ending are missing. thanks for your feedback With Best Regards
Does your Work Area Bar cover your entire project?
For a bit more detail on the WAB (Work Area Bar), per Steve's question, this article might be helpful: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3961685#3961685
Also, it might be very helpful if you would post a screen-cap of the Timeline, showing the complete Duration. I would hit the \ (Blackslash key), to zoom the Timeline view to the full Duration, and do the screen-cap of that.
Project or Work area bar.............I don't understand................there are 2 options TOP Right= Publish Share, using this I have tried exporting to H/Drive only. Tried using PAL HDTV High Quality 25, also with MPEG 2 1920x1080i also AVCHD MP4 DV Wide screen. All with same result. The other option in the drop down menu 'Export' does not work?
I think the problem is something to do with the IMPORT rather than EXPORT though?
When just played direct from camera in Media Player before using PE11 the whole narration was to the end, but as soon as I imported the file to Adobe 11, the voice was cut before exporting to disc.
I had edited the end of the narration & BEFORE exporting it was OK the very 1st time I viewed & listened, since then/now , whenever the same movie is imported the last 3 words have gone so I had to readjust the end voice so that it wasn't cut off midway.
>Work area bar.............I don't understand
Click the link Hunt provided in #6
Let's step back just a bit.
The AV file plays perfectly outside of PrE, correct?
When Imported into PrE, does that truncated Audio show up, as soon as the Clip is dragged to the Timeline, or does it also play perfectly there, prior to Export/Share?
If it IS truncated at that point, the first suspect would be that Conforming of the Audio did not complete 100%. See this article for more info on Conforming Audio: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3892177#3892177
Hi, i think i have a similar but not the same problem as lesbrousses. I don't know what meant by Work Bar area either. When i play from the timeline of the project it goes smoothly until the end for both A/V. Then i share to an HD MP4. The MP4 is all good until the last 20 sec. (as shown on the player's control menu) to which the video frame froze whilst i can hear the audio. I lost a few seconds of video including the The End roll up text that i've added at the end. i'll try to redo the last part of my project to see if it is the same. thanks all.
Any idea about the issues i raised about both PRE10 and PRE11 started up and clips being split when added to the timeline.
With Best Regards
1st off are we both talking about Premier Elements 11?
Yes the files are played correctly with other players.
I don't know now if the narration was on original import to PE11 because I edited the bad bit out so now obviously it's not there. I am a reasonably experienced Movie editor, for some 10 years so I know when something is right or not. I tried Premier Pro or whatever also PE10, both of which I did not like for various reasons.
I'm not used to using forums for such problems because I believe software either works without bugs or not.
I also believe there should be some sort of manual for all products not just pretty video tutorials.
File/dropdown menu,.......EXPORT = nothing, is this a bug or what do you suggest I'm doing wrong? I am trying Magix 2013 in tandem with Adobe, for exactly the same film containing 3 clips, same music etc so far apart from the Adobe Interface & also output quality which I prefer the fact remains Adobe is erratic also has no function bar containing a usefull selections of shortcuts such as split object above the timeline, I looked at your timeline bar info, I do not have the same on my software, I think that applies to more professional & hugely expensive software?
Finally I find it laborious importing clips because I can only import the 1st clip automatically, for more clips it appears I can't just drag & drop, I have to physically make the 1st clip smaller for 2nd clip then again for subsequent ones. Also the 1st clip does not default to Video 1 it goes to the top Video 3 timeline which means to get the frames rendered I also have to move the clip down to Video 1, why on earth Adobe didn't put Video 1 at the top of the timeline I don't know?
I have used Photoshop for 20 years, never had a problem but as far as movie stuff for the middle market is concerned thay have a long way to go I think.
Well, you do have to use the software correctly in order for it to work correctly.
You output a video of your project from the Publish & Share panel, not from File/Export.
My free 8 part Basic Training tutorial series can walk you through the basics of the program, if you're interested.