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MOVs can use any of dozens of codecs, and not all are supported by Premiere Elements. (Many from digital still cameras can be problematic, for instance.)
Your best solution is probably to convert those MOVs to DV-AVIs using the free converter Super or, even better, Apple's excellent Quicktime Pro ($29).
Yeah but the mov codec is a simple Photo Jpeg (exported from AE) I have used these type of files in PE multiple other times with no issues.
Try removing last few frames from timeline and then try render, if it is failing at the end means either few last frames are corrupted or memory is shooting up in the end which is unlikely.
Yeah I'm starting to think it's the way my camera encodes the video files. (My camera records to an SD card)