Please specify exactly which version of CC2014 you have. With the release of 2014.2 earlier this week, there have now been 4 releases.
Also, it would help to know more about your sequence, the types of assets, etc. Screenshots of the sequence settings dialog and the Timeline panel could help. This page suggests other information that's useful for troubleshooting issues: FAQ: What information should I provide when asking a question on this forum?
The version is 2014.2.
The sequence was a 1920x1080p timeline using AVCHD footage. I simply dragged the footage into Premiere and and transcoded the footage as normal. At the beginning of the video I created a still text graphic using Title>Default Still. I then edited my timeline as normal. When I play the footage back on the timeline, the entire sequence plays as normal. When I exported the video using the YouTube HD setting (1080p) the video pauses at the moment when the title is supposed to appear, then it flashes for a brief second then the video plays as normal.
Your sequence is 10 frames.
You also have some weird framerate 29.99 in the Project Window.
I think you have been hacked due to your "north korean haircut" asset in your project!
In addition to the oddities that Ann noted, the sequence is interlaced whereas the export settings are progressive. I have no particular reason to think that any of these weird little details would cause a problem, but it sure is a quirky set of properties.
I'd start by testing with a more normal scenario to see if the problem persists:
- New project
- New sequence, using a 1080 preset, such as AVCHD 1080p24.
- Create a Universal Counting Leader and a title and add both to the timeline.
- Export to the same YouTube preset.
If the encoded output from that sequence has the same problem, then it's time to collect info about your system: OS version, graphics card & driver, whether you've installed any codecs.
If the title survives the test, then start tweaking things in the direction of the problematic sequence, changing just one variable at a time--adding the odd 29.99 AVCHD clip, changing one sequence setting at a time, etc. Export after each change and see if the issue resurfaces.
Also worth testing:
- try the various encoding paths: "in-process" by clicking Export in the Export Settings dialog, and via AME by clicking Queue.
- In AME, encode one with the Import Sequences Natively setting enabled, then again with the option disabled. [Preferences>General]
- Test with Renderer set to GPU Acceleration and with it set to Software Only [File>Project Settings>General]
You were correct! Upon closer inspection I noticed that it was within my sequence settings. I'm use to CS6 changing my timeline for me or getting a option dialogue at the beginning. Thank you all for your help!