Nothing immediately springs to my mind but I don't think rendering would make much of a difference here. I guess something strange has got in there somewhere and if I were you, in these specific circumstances, I'd now try exporting the first 20 minutes. If that's OK try the next 20 minutes and so on. If the problem is also in the first 20 mins then try exporting 10 minutes and see what happens. Just an idea.. If nothing else it makes for a fun Saturday night :-)
You might also want to share some more details concerning the Sequence involved.
thanks for the quick reply! ok... where to start.
i have a coktail of videos here, some of em are SD 480 (720x480) and others are 480 (854x480) and another of 360 (360x288) and another of 320x240, but all of em are diferent in fps from 18.18 to 30... i guess here is the leak, my sequence is set to 25fps, could that be it? what should i do in this cases that i have a mix of fps and ratio?
the source vids are H.264-AAC.flv i have Pr pro cs5.5, mac os X 10.7.5
here are screenshots from my sequence and export settings
Sorry - that's way outside of my experience. I do a lot of multicam stuff but I set them all to the same settings before I press record. I hope you get some good advice.
thanks, the weird thing is that it happend from one day to another, i already done the work but it remains the Q about the black screen, im pretty sure the answer is in the export codecs but cant remember what did i changed
i have a coktail of videos here
There is your problem. PP is a professional level editor and has a tendency to work better with standardized media from cameras. Stick to using that kind of footage and you should fare better.
For the footage you're trying to use, you may have better luck using a consumer level editor.
Thanks, you are right, i should have used other software.