This can happen if you have Maximum Render Quality ON.
Sadly this seems to have no affect on the exporting time. I changed the set
ting USE MAXIMUM RENDER QUALITY (ON+OFF).
Since my input and output is the same (AJA avi v210) the system should not render anything, right?
Uncompressed 8 Bit 4:2:2 Quicktime files are axported in real time. It seems like the problem is the AJA Codec on this Machine.
Again, this is Windows 7 / CS4 and AJA LHE. Maybe I'll have to contact AJA?
They recently posted new drivers for Premiere Pro and Adobe products. If you're not using them, they would be worth a try.
Yes, the latest Premiere Update and AJA updates are installed.
For me it seems also OK to use UNCOMPRESSED Microsoft AVI (v210) instead of AJA (v210) wich works about 10 times faster!