I find it best to just not use Match Sequence Settings. Give that a go and report back.
Below is an OLD message, about Premiere 6, that indicates that the program has become "confused" by a settings mismatch... which MAY be your problem
So, as Jim said, use different settings
Thanks for the input but if you read my message correctly and until the end I already can export to other settings and I want an answer to this problem. There's no logical explanation to why this suddenly wouldn't work with the same sequence that it used to do fine with and that CS 5.5 handles fine.
As I said earlier this is the only setting that lets me export my sequence with the 60 fps, that I know of, for further and easier manipulation. As my main camera provides me with these 60 fps I'd really like to be able to have them left in that transition phase and, no, I'm not gonna give up until I know, really, what's going on and solve that problem. If this is a bug it needs to be fixed, if not I want to know what's happening.
Also there's no answer to my question 2: Question 2, is there a place to change the settings from 50 to 100 for the quality of this export profile?
So for you experts out there the question is still hanging.
this is the only setting that lets me export my sequence with the 60 fps, that I know of
AVI will get you there, as will BMP, DPX, FLV, H.264...I stopped checking at that point.
Thanks, I didn't realize I could change the frame rate so easily with the presets. Still doesn't solve my question though.
I already created a lot of sequences with the match sequence settings that gave me great results and I don't like to be left in the dark when a program functionality stops working unexpectedly. This means that I will have to re-encode all these, wasting valuable computer time, as I want to get the exact same end results for the entire project.
Please if someone KNOWS why Premiere pro CS6 is behaving like this or if you need more information to help me solve this puzzle it is time to step up before I start loosing my valuable time with an Adobe Chat agent probably located in India.