Can you post a screen shot of your export settings, with the Summary featured, like this example below:
Are you applying any 3rd party effects like Neat Noise Reduction? If so what are they?
Estimated export durations are just that - estimates. If the start of what you are exporting begins with intensive graphics, etc, Premiere Pro may assume that this will be the case for the entire piece and may estimate accordingly.
Here is my export settings screen shot.
I'd like to add the following information for better insight.
Total time of the clip is 46:22:17sec
I have imported 5 H.264 clips from After effects : 147MB
28 mp3 tracks 320 kbps: 250MB
A nested sequence of 40 clips in total which is at 4000 speed, ( Because this is a speed demo )( The original 40 clips in total are over 15GB)
I have used FX preset transitions in some part of the clip
The presets were downloaded.
ERROR-Distortion-Presets-for-Premiere-Pro-1, I have imported them as custom presets. And added them to my clip which
lasts 15 seconds or so.
Okay, this is an older version of Premiere Pro? Which version?
There is a lot going on here in the Render. How much horsepower does your computer have?
Is everything at 30fps - including all your source files?
I'm not aware of any business that offers the service you're requesting. It just wouldn't make a lot of sense. As such a company would require all the media used in the project, it would probably take you longer to get that to them, either via upload or via snail mail, than the actual export.
My premiere pro CS6 - 2013 version which is old.
The video recording was at 15 fps, which was the software default. (Ispring Free cam 8)
My Intro After effects template was at 30 fps.
The titles templates which I have imported are at 29.97 fps
Well, someone else may be able to offer a better suggestion, but you've really got a load of computation to be done mixing all those frame rates as well as everything else you have going on in the sequence. It's no wonder the time estimate is so high.
I would do a test export of the first two minutes of your sequence using your settings with two changes - 1) Set the compression to 1-pass, and 2) uncheck use Maximum Render Quality.
Take a look at that export and if you are happy with the results then export the whole thing.
I'll give it a go, and see what that 2 min outcome looks like.
Thanks for your help Meg.
I dont want to get such a hype, but as you recommended:
1) Set the compression to 1-pass,
2) uncheck use Maximum Render Quality.
Actually seems to work spot on, within 10 min time, I did 2 clips 2 min and 2 min (10 min for each clip to export though) different sections of the sequence, so I can compare if quality deteriorates, and its satisfactory for the purpose I am after. I cannot believe the export time using 1-pass and unchecking max render makes such a difference . But again Ill experiment with some other settings as well, in case I can get a more crisp outcome. But for the time being I am more than satisfied with these settings. If need be Ill seek further assistance in the forum, if I get more replies and options.