Sorry for my bad English. I hope, I can let you understand the three major problems I have.
My program: Adobe Premiere 11, Version 11.0, installed March 2014
My computer: Windows 7; Intel i3-3220, 3,30GHz, 32 bit; RAM: DIMM 4 GB DDR3-1333 Kit; Intel(R) HD-Graphics
Clips are stored on SSD 111GB (15 GB free)
My project: Row clips are taken on a Panasonic Camcorder, AVCHD, format: (.m2ts), 25 fps
In total 19,2 GB (about 3 hours runtime).
The processed video was reduced to 85 min runtime. Approx. 50 titels, dissolves a.o. are includet
No additional video or sound track.
Rendering after processing was finished in approx. 3 minutes.
Export of the video should be done to my computer and from there to the hard disk drive of my multi media player
for future presentation on my home TV (1920x1080p 24 fps, PAL-system of course).
My problems: 1. Program asks for more memory
2 . Export to my computer is not possible
3. The program allows export in NTSC only
To 1: Towards the end of processing the video often came up a message like " low memory available, store the
project and continue carefully". The program worked sometime slowly and it happened, that the program stopped
completely and had to be started new.
QUESTION: Is it necessary to expand RAM- memory? To what extend?
To 2: In the section "computer" I used both Versions: "MPEG" preselection "HDTV 1080p 24"
as well as "AVCHD" preselection "M2T-H264 1920x1080p 24".
The expected time for exportation was displayed with approx. 2:30 hours.
Always came a message up after short time "unknown error" and then I stopped the process.
The Task Manager showed than CPU-utilization quiet often in the area of more than 95% and up to 100 %.
QUESTION: Is it necessary to install a more powerful processor? Is Intel i5 strong enough?
To 3: I remember, that at the beginning of the project I made a preselection for the TV-standard. The program offered NTSC
and I changed that explicit to PAL. During the preparation of the export of my video the detailed data showed that the
program is going to perform the export in NTSC format. I could not find any way to select a setting allowing PAL format
(except a selection "PAL disk 720 x 576", which is of course not appropriate for my TV with 1920x1080 display)
QUESTION: What do I do wrong?
Thanks for your kind Response and best regards felge