You need to provide some info:
How did you create the video? What export details? System Specs:
A link with many ideas about computer setup http://forums.adobe.com/thread/436215?tstart=0
Work through all of the steps (ideas) listed at http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/Troubleshooting
If your problem isn't fixed after you follow all of the steps, report back with the DETAILS asked for in the questions at the end of the troubleshooting link
I had that problem yesterday. only audio.
I rebooted my computer and tried again and it was OK... I think its was a memory available problem for me...
Maybe you don't have enough memory
Welcome to the forum.
As this could be caused by all sorts of things, from your computer, to your original Assets, to your Export settings, we do need more info, as Curt mentions. This ARTICLE will give you some idea about what would be very useful.
When you do get back with the info, please give full details on your Export settings. That would be my first guess, and it would be a good thing to either explore, or eliminate in a hurry, so we can concentrate on other possibilities.
Good luck, and we'll be looking for that info,
I think its was a memory available problem for me..
I had one of those once, but now do not remember how I fixed it...
Hi... I just rebooted...cleared memory...think it "leaks" a bit with CS3
and photoshop and everything ...capturing from tape....when you close the
programs I don't think the memory is being cleared.
Talking about memory..I almost forgot...
Easter eggs must be eaten for any coloring and hunting expeditions...
a) golf balls won't work
b) I forget what b was
At my age, "memory leaks" are an unfortunate fact-o-life. I used to take genko to improve my memory, but kept forgetting to take the pills.
Per another thread, we'll be gathering golf balls from the back and side yard (right off of the 8th green and 9th tee), but I will NOT try to eat them. If they are Callaway 56's, I'll play 'em. If they are Titleist Pro-V 1's, my buddy will play 'em. For the rest, I'll give them to the USGA Junior Golf program, or to our troops fighting around the globe through my CC's donation program to the troops. No eating - I promise!
Now, since the course really toughens up, past my house, I think that I will start a concession, when I retire completely. I'll set up a table, an umbrella and a sign, "Bill's Balls," and sell these foundlings to golfers, who might need a few extras, as they take on the High Sonoran Desert and a tough target golf course, that eats golf balls. Even though I try to play it weekly (not so fortunate lately), I have only completed 1 round with the same ball that I started with.
OK, I have gone so far off-topic, that Jeff will banish me to the lounge again, and I just got freed! Killing time, until the OP comes back with the info to help us help them.
Happy Easter and a wonderful end of Passover to all,
>think that I will start a concession
Considering the size of your wine cellar... you should buy a big supply of plastic glasses and offer wine by the glass
The passing golfers will REALLY appreciate how you help their game... well, maybe not help, but after 2-3 glasses they won't be able to add, so they will THINK you are helping their golf game!
There have been a few rounds, where we pulled over at the 9th tee, and walked up to the cellar for some Sauvignon Blanc. Normally, this is in the Summer, when the course is very empty, and we appreciate some shade and the misting system, plus the wines. Anyone behind us can play through, or join us on the pool level - wine is on me!