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Either your sequence settings do not match your source material, or scale to framesize is turned off, as the first things to come to mind.
The sequence settings for Video are set to Conform to square pixels, as are the settings on the source material in the first segment. The items shown in the picture are titles created in Adobe Premier Pro, also set to square pixels.
I have the Program monitor set to "Fit"
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OK, next thing to come to mind is OE.
Looks here and follow all the included links and answer the 16 questions at the end of the first link, after you followed all the steps.
I can understand if things looked fine in the Source Monitor, and off in the Program Monitor, but I can't think of anything that could cause this behavior simply by rendering. Any given frame in the Program Monitor should look identical before and after render.
Run a couple of export tests - without rendering, after rendering, using rendered files and not using them. See what happens in each case.
Do you have I-frame MPEG set as the format for rendered previews in the sequence? If so, click in the Program Monitor image so that the manipulation handles appear. Does the image return to normal size? If so, then click in the margins immediately surrounding the image. Does the image grow in size again?
I went through all of the troubleshooting steps. (I have not filled out the 16 questions yet, but will use that as a guide in the future)
I even started a completely new project, ensuring that the sequence settings matched as closely as possibley the file formats of the video files i was importing. No problems rendering the new project or with how it displayed in the program monitor.
I went back to the project i was having difficulty with, and discovered 3 things;
1. The fps of the video files were either 29.97 or 30
2. The fps of the sequence was 23.976
3.I was receiving a small triangle error in the bottom right hand corner of adobe telling me that the titler was unable to open a .jpg file on my c/ drive.
So, I moved the .jpg file from it's folder to the same folder as the project, and replaced the title (which only contained that image) with the image in each segment that it appeared in.
I then created a new sequence with an fps of 29.97, and copied all of the assests into that new sequence.
I then had Premiere begin to render the new sequence. Unfortunately, PRemier did not complete the rendering process, and gave me an "unkown error compiling movie" but, for the part that it did render successfully, it appeared correctly in the program monitor.
So, i beleive my issue with the incorrect display in the program monitor has been resolved.
Thank you everyone for all the comments and suggestions.
Your source material as imported is 29.97 fps. You initally created a 23.976 fps sequence and started editing. You then created a new sequence with 29.97 fps and copied/pasted all the assets from the previous sequence into the new sequence. Rendering does not complete. Correct?
What do the properties of the individual clips in the new sequence tell you, 29.97 or 23.976 fps? If 23.976 fps, set interpret footage to 29.97
- I apologize for taking so long to respond. Prior to your last post, Harm, I read a post that indicated if there were problems with rendering to try clearing the media cache, and the temporary folders, and to make sure that at least 20% of space was available on the hard drive.
- I found that following that protocol fixed the rendering issue.
I found that following that protocol fixed the rendering issue.
Good news and thank you for reporting what sorted it out for you.