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What is your prerender set to? if it uncompressed then reason is the files are teo big to handle playback.
>I have tested it with very simple video clips
Test with DV clips that Premiere has captured from a tape based MiniDV camera in the correct DV preset sequence. See what happens then.
Needs more ram foo. And how large in your pagefile? how long in your graphics card? Can your cpu fan cut off a digit? Your harddrive platter might need aligning, or if all else fails, you could always give your computer a little boost by rubbing your feet on the carpet and touching your motherboard.
Hi Josh Townsend, how do I choose the pre-render setting?
But anyway, there is no problem with the pre-rendered videos. They play slightly jerkily, which is normal, since they are not yet rendered.
The problem is the rendered videos, which do not play at all.
Hi Jim Simon, I am currently not equipped with tapes and cameras, so I can't try the solution you suggested.
I tried importing the preview files rendered by Premiere. (Those files saved inside the "Adobe Premiere Pro Preview Files\Filename.PRV\" folders, such as "Rendered - 9f3a830b-5f36-4c06-83cb-36cab10c680a.avi")
The rendered preview files can be played normally in windows media player. But they still hang premiere's program monitor.
Our terms are confused. You should spend a couple of hours reading the manual. There's no way I can explain it to you if you don't know the difference between project settings, sequence setting, pre-render setting and a final render.
Pre-rendered videos ARE rendered. When you do your final render they are rendered AGAIN.
I thought you you were having a completely different problem than you are.
Where's Harm and Eddie with the Blue box?
I'm too lazy.