Try deleting all of the JPEG pics and see if it happens. Add a few back at a time. It may be one or all of them. Or, it may be the WMV files, since Premiere Pro does not officially support editing such files.
I have got rid of a couple of WMV files, and now it rendered properly(it wasn't the JPEGs). What do you suggest I can do if i want to include the movies that were causing the error? Should I try a d convert them to another format? If so which 1?
Also another question which is completely different but it's because i'm new to premiere. My movies are nnot all the same size(as in width and height length), therefore the size changes while vieweing the sequence. Is there a way in premiere to make them the same size? If so how?
Thanks you very much, I appreciate your help
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Having the same problem hours before a deadline with a client. I am using CS3, all updates applied, QT 7.6, XP Pro SP3, 4GB RAM.
Any help would be WAY appreciated!!!
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In the OP's case, the .WMV files were the problem. Eddie furnished two links to way to eliminate such problems.
As per his link above, what are the specifics of your Assets - more details are better? One, or more of these, is very likely causing you similar problems. The Assets might be different, but the problem will likely not be.
Though you have a deadline, please help us to help you. Also, do not forget to follow Eddie's links above. The answer is very likely contained within them.