I'm working on a pretty big project (for me at least) but when I was going to render a sample to send for feedback premiere simply refused and crashed.
It kept doing this every time I attempted to render an output file including ANY of the video tracks but if I disable them all it renders the audio just fine.
premie pro cc build 7
This project is very light on video but includes a lot of images and motion/transition effects
I had a similair problem last week on a project where I only used one video track and I was able to root out the issue as being a cross dissolve at the very beginning, why it's crashing now though is quite beyond me.
Unlike the error that plagued me that last time around I am able to render video in alternative formats, at least avi works fine.
FLV does not work
Anyone able to help me out with this?
Not sure what the core issue is (others are reporting similar problems) but if you can render to AVI, then just export a high-quality copy then re-encode to H.264 using Media Encoder (which will chew through very quickly in GPU mode). There won't be any visual difference compared to a direct H.264 encode.
first export the images motion/transition effects separately to avi & replace them on the project. Some very big images could cause a project to crash, especially when a lot of motions+effects are being used.