Some more possible solutions.
Export little chuncks of timeline.
Look at the preview in AME were it fails.
You will have to watch the whole encoding process.
Hey again guys
I have tried what you guys suggested, and some more.
I don't have any WMV files.
It fails at 3% in AME, but I keep deleting clips, and it keeps failing on other clips. So many clips fail that it would be fruitless to delete them all.
I did manage to export about 50% of it by this method:
I deleted everything except 25 fps clips, and created a new squence that had 25 fps.
It failed, but I deleted 1 clip that was causing the the problem, and it worked.
Deleting this clip does not help the situation in any other scenarios.
I then undid everything and modified my clips so that all 29 and 23 fps became 25 fps.
With everything at 25 fps, I exported, without the failing file.
It still failed.
I'm not 100% what nested sequence is. Is it outting 1 sequence inside another?
No I have not done that. only 1 sequence as you can see in the screenshot.
Does it have somthing to do with the constant conforming? It keeps conforming the same files over and over.
The sequence I did manage to export is acting strangely as you can see on the new screenshot.
It has alot of stripes in the image, and needs to stop and load alot. (The orange bar is a loading bar)
Whats up with that?
I would like to use that exported clip to replace my many fragments, is that a smart thing to do? Will I lose alot of quality?
Sorry for being so clueless. Thank you.