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After 13 months what is another month? Wait patiently for a mind reader to come along or supply details. Look either in the WIKI or FAQ section or use the BOLD HINT at the top of the forum.
what is WIKI or FAQ?
sorry im new to this
First, work through the steps here http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/Troubleshooting
If your problem isn't fixed, report back with the DETAILS asked for in the questions at the end of that link... For question #1 see the note about the FREE http://www.headbands.com/gspot/
>WINDOWS XP SP2
WINDOWS VISTA SP1
which one is it?
I HAVE IT ON BOTH PC's
didnt find an answer in the help link
Mind reader here:
b Everything is wrong about your setup and material.
Start investigating step by step and report back.
First question: Are your PC's turned on?
Preprare for a couple of hundred more steps like this or supply DETAILS.
Do you have any blank spaces between clips in any of your timelines?
Specifically, exactly what codecs did you try?
yes sure, i have many spaces
i tried preesing render files but it stopps after 1 seconds
and there is unknown error message
First, remove all gaps in the Video. If you want "black" just go to the New icon in the Project Panel and from the drop-down, choose Black Video. You can size as needed for Duration.
If you have Clips with adequate Handles, you can re-size your Clips by a couple of frames to "fill" the gaps. If you have things cut perfectly, you can move all Clips to close the gaps.
To find gaps, I use the Home key, then step through a highly zoomed Timeline with the PageUp/PageDn keys. I should see linear motion with the CTI. If you get a "stutter" or a halting movement, you likely have a gap. At a "frame view" zoom, you should be able to see the gap, but some displays might not show them clearly.
You do not want gaps in your video. Sometimes a Project will do fine, but sometimes only 1 tiny one will kill a Project on Export/Render.
As an example, I inherited a Project with 930+ gaps. The previous editor had gotten DVD's to burn from the Exported files. So did I, but to be safe, I removed all of the little suckas'.
If your workflow creates gaps, I'd address how you're doing things, as the workflow can be better.
OK, i removed all the gaps completelty
using the black video u said
i tried ti render the movie and after few seconds i have an error
"error compiling movie, unknown error"
any more ideas?
thnks for the help
i dont know what more i can give
i tried to give all the info i know
sorry if it is not enough...
here is the info
i hope this will be easier
Codecs used in my clips:
all required codecs are installed
Adobe premier pro CS3 version 220.127.116.11
didnt do any updates, didnt even know i can do it :)
installation language english
my project setting are for wide screen 16:9 ntsc
i tried to change it to all other possibilities but adobe failes to render or export
OS- XP SP2
PC-intel pentium 3.00 ghz
2.99 ghz, 0.98 ram
ONE MONITOR IS IN USE
Audio- realtek hd audio output
Display- intel GMA 3000
c total 29.2 free 20.9 GB
d total 119 free 69.5 GB
ERROR MESSAGE : ERROR COMPILING MOVIE, UNKNOWN ERROR
EXPORT FAILED, UNKNOWN ERROR
>Codecs used in my clips: all required codecs are installed
A codec being installed doesn't really answer the question of which codec it is, though. And it does often matter.
should i write all the codecs i have installed?
i think it is a very long list but if this info is usefull i will do it now...
>Codecs used in my clips: >all required codecs are installed
The question is "What codecs are used in the clip?" not "What codecs are installed on your computer?", although if you have installed codec packs then you're in trouble.>didnt do any updates, didnt even know i can do it
That's just scary. See: FAQ:How do I get updates?
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i have the XP codec pack
and thats it...
If the clip is Divx, that might well explain your troubles. Premiere Pro has a tendency to work best with standard camera formats. Divx is a final delivery format, and doesn't edit all that well.
I generally recommend folks use a consumer editor to edit consumer media. I understand Movie Edit Pro from Magix works pretty well.
That explains it. DivX is for watching, not for editing. Use standard codecs suitable for editing. They are spelled out in the manual.