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Render your project in After Effects, it's the new Adobe Media Encoder.
Try to import the premiere sequence in Inferno via "File --> Import Premeire Pro Sequence" route and then encode with the same settings.Also please share the input project and output settings ? DOes the same encode passes on windows?
Michael, you might look at the end of your edited sequence closely and check for any unusual or corrupt frames or files that CS4 might not care about, but AME does. One solution might be to export the problem area of the sequence as its own file (perhaps not as an h264, but maybe a high bitrate MPEG2 with your preferred frame rate and size. Import that new clip, slide that onto a layer above your problem area on the timeline, matchframe it (at an edit point, perhaps) and now try exporting again in h264.
To save a little time, you might export just the end of the repaired sequence to see if AME accepts it this time, then replace it with the whole sequence export.
i have the exact same problem but with a considerably smaller sequence, it last a minute and twelve seconds and i'm trying to export it at haf the size and with lower audio quality, i already tried with the sorenson 2 codec and the animation one to see if the problem is in there, it stop every single time when there's just a few seconds left to complete, maybe more than 99% is done. when i preview in premiere it looks fine and renders with o problem at all.
when i try to stop the render ame crashes and i have to force quit.
i'm on a macbook pro, 4gb ram, 7200, 2.8ghz, premiere/ame cs4 with all the updates installed.