Sometimes gaps in the timeline can do that.
Expand the timeline to make sure that all clips are butted together.
I still have the same problem.
I will give all informations yhat you asked in your reply:
- Premiere Pro CS5.5 with the 5.5.2 update
- All windows updates
- System: Windows 7 Professional x64
- Source footage: HDV clip
- No error message during render. It just stops in a specific effect (crossfade). If i delete this transition i can render the entire sequence but then software crashes when exporting media (mpeg dvd) or after a very long time gives "unknown error"
- Has this ever worked before? If export an old project it works normaly
- What other software are you running? no other software, only cs 5.5
- Do you have any third-party effects or codecs installed? matrox mx.paterns but not in use in this project
- Tell us about your computer hardware: Asus Workstation, I7 960 12GB RAM, Nvidia Quadro 2000, Matrox Mini MXO2
- Are you using Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration? Yes my gpu is supported. Already tried with software acceleration, same problem
Already copied entire work area to another sequence and doing so i loose all effects and then exports fine.
I hope I have provided enough information so that someone can help me
Well, if it exports fine without effects, that points to one of those effects being a problem. Troubleshoot that.
It exports fine with any efects but its not a specifc efect that causes the problem. Yesterday i formated the entire system and installed a fresh copy of premiere pro cs5.5 without anything else, ony drivers, and the problem is still the same. Abobe premiere crashes on export. I'm desperate. I don't know what else to do
Did you reinstall the Matrox? If so, make sure you have the latest drivers from them. Or go the other way and revert to a known good earlier version of the Matrox driver. Ditto for your Quadro card. Make sure to get the drivers from nVidia -- don't rely on Windows to provide the latest or the best driver.
You should also try disabling the Matrox in Device Manager to see if you can get a good export without it.