Warp Stabilizer could be causing the long render times.
Thank you Joe for responding. I was very hopeful that this would be the solution. I removed all of the warp stabilizers and it appeared that it was working. The time evened out at about 4 hours but was still going up and down between 3-4 hours (at least it was going down at all). I left it with 2 hours left and I have come back to find it like it was before. The time is going up on the "remaining time" and the preview is stuck on the same image.
Has it stopped working? Or is it really taking this long? (And why is it stuck on the preview frame).
Thanks for any help in advance.
Could be a corrupt clip if it keeps getting stuck on the same frame.
It is not the same clip. Always a different one (I've tried four times)
Well, remove all effects as a test. Report back.
Hey bro i have same problem
Its been two days now cant find solution :(
I have 4 min clip and small effects on it
I m trying to match sequence export setting
JAnd it showing 11 hours
I m on 8 core machine
I even tried to export as h.264 codec
It says 18 hours ,.
>Adobe Premiere 6.0.0
Is there some reason you have not installed the updates?
All Adobe updates start here and select product, read to see if you need to install updates in number order, or if the updates are cumulative for the individual product http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/
Yes its up to date:(