There is only on sequence setting that applies: AVCHD 1080p30.
Render as in export?
What is the final destination?
What are the export settings?
Yes that is the only sequence setting.
Render as in export yes,
The export settings are
Preset YouTube HD 1080p 29,97
My final destination is a folder in my video library call published vids
Thanks if you can help.
Be sure there's enough room on the export drive.
Be sure it's formatted as NTFS and not FAT32.
If neither of those solve the issue, check to see what's at that spot in the sequence. It could be a corrupt media file.
I know i have enough room. The file can't be corrupted because I watched the whole thing and I had no problems. So what is the problem with the format you are talking about?
I have the footage that I recorded is in a AVI format? Is that going to cause the problem?
thanks for answering.
>AVCHD 1080p30 for my sequence settings.
>I have tried different sequence settings but the same thing happens any ideas?
First, to be sure your sequence is corrrect for your video
See 2nd post for picture of NEW ITEM process http://forums.adobe.com/message/3776153
-and a FAQ on sequence setting http://forums.adobe.com/message/3804341
>the footage that I recorded is in a AVI format? Is that going to cause the problem?
Second, exactly what is inside that AVI wrapper?
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... A screen
The file can't be corrupted because I watched the whole thing and I had no problems.
I wouldn't trust that as a measure. I've had files that play back fine inside PP but caused an export failure every time. Replacing the corrupt file with a new version solved the issue.
how do you find out if a file is corrupt or not if it plays back fine?
Remove it from the timeline and try another export is one way.
Ok so I'm going to rewrite this problem so maybe I can get to a better conclusion.
I got this program 2 days ago to help me edit video, sense I have used it before and I decided to get it for myself. I haven't rendered anything with it on this computer yet so I'm not sure what the problem is.
The main problem is when I Render out my work space, or export the video my Premiere gives me a message saying that it crashed and is no longer running.
So I have to close the whole program and start over from my last save.
What I'm using is planetside 2 footage I recorded this time. Its 30 minutes long. and around 55GBs. The file format is AVI.
I decided to go head and skip normal sequence settings and made a sequence based on the file I'm using.
Its 1920 by 1080, 29,97 fps.
I am also using an audio file the same length as the video, its my voice playing in the background. its about a GB long in WAV format.
What I do is I go ahead after getting the project set up I render out my workspace, but it crashes about 30% into rendering or exporting.
I used Dxtory to record my footage, I also used the normal dxtory default video codec, and it has 3 audio channels built in to have one for skype, game audio, and my microphone.
That is about all I can think of that might help. Thats everything I'm using so I hope this is enough. Please help me with my problem, I'm totally lost on how to fix this.
I'm pretty sure I'm having the exact same problem on a Mac Pro, so rather than start a new thread, maybe I can get help setting up my capture so I don't get serial failures to render again.
I'm using a Blackmagic card to capture the S-Video signal from a VCR, capturing home videos. NTSC. The audio capture on the BM card is broken and clipped, so I also record the audio in Garage Band which comes out perfect.
I crop-zoomed, matched the audio, deleted the audio junk that came off the BM card, and now every kind of render or export makes the application crash.
I finally gave up, put both of the same source-files into iMovie to sycnch the audio and video, and it worked perfectly, only it's kluged compared to the perfect copy I have on Premier Pro that just won't render...
I assume that I need to match formats in and out. What settings would you recemmend to avoid rendering crashes?
OK I may need to start a new thread on this. I've scanned more tapes to digital, and all of them Premiere Pro CS6 crashes and doesn't render, while iMovie renders the exact same files perfectly. At some point it may be good to recognize that the tool itself is malfunctioning. Nevertheless, I have a line of people asking me to burn their VHS tapes to DVD, and unless I figure out how to make Premiere Pro render, this product is gonna be amateur hour.