Maybe your PC is not powerful enough for that material, but since you supply ZERO details, hard to say.
hi harm, you are right, here are the details:
the file was edited and exported on a thinkpad t61p intel core duo T7800 2,6GHz, 4GB RAM, windows7 64-bit
i played it on the same computer but as well on different mac editing computers, one of them a brand new monster machine (dont know the exact details but it is a super fast one).
the effect was the same on all computers, the problem is that PP CS4 obviously exports a corrupted file.
i assume the PC is not the issue, therefore i didnt mention the specifications, sorry.
Usually it is not so much the processor that causes these kind of problems, but the disk I/O. I have a partway decent notebook with a T9550 core 2 duo @ 2,66 GHz, but the disk is just too slow in combination with all the background processes. I have to be really careful to not let too many processes resident while playing H.264 BR material.
you are right, playing h.264 files is a demanding job for computers but as mentioned, i played the file as well with several other (desktop) computers, one of them a brand new super fast editing monster machine and the effects were all the same. so the problem is that the file is corrupted which can not result from my PC being not powerful enough, right?
I am having the same issue, did you ever get a solution for this problem??
Please let me know. Thx