Post a screenshot for your export settings.
It looks like you only export audio and not video.
Thanks for helping out again.
Here are two screen shots
The first is when you initially hit export in Premiere and it pops up with the settings window:
But when Media Encoder opens and you check the settings in there the video option is greyed out (see image)
I'd be much appreciated if you've any suggestions.
This is weird. I have never seen anything like this. It may be that one of the EPR files got corrupted. In that case a repair install may solve it. Do you have the same problem when choosing PAL DV Widescreen or even WMV or another format?
Thanks for the help, but still no luck. I've tried
fixing it with a reinstall which didn't work. Instead i've got a new error message.
So i tried an uninstall and then reinstall and still the same error.
Now what is happening is that after first choosing the settings and hitting ok. The export bar comes up and then nothing...
So i tried to open media encoder separately to find out what's going on and it pops up with this error message:
I've got to say I'm loosing my rag with Premiere. I've used AE for years and never experienced these kinds of problems.
Is it really worth the effort? Final Cut sounds like it may be a better option for our company.
It's taken a whole day to sort out but some how in the process of reinstalling Premiere, half of the Media Encoder files disappeared.
I don't understand why but the installer for Media Encoder turns out to be on the Aftereffects disk (bit confusing) so having uninstalled everything and reinstalled again then it is working okay.
Thanks for putting me on the right tracks.
First, glad that things are working now!
I don't understand why but the installer for Media Encoder turns out to be on the Aftereffects disk (bit confusing)
As of CS4, AME is now a stand-alone program, and can be used by several other Adobe apps, like Flash, PrPro, AE, so it appears in a different location, than in earlier versions, where it was basically built-in to PrPro. I can see where this location might not be what one would expect, especially if they were used to the older versions.