If I try to export to TGA or BMP, IT WORKS!. But I need JPEG because file size.
sounds like you should take your timeline and export as a video rather than stills ( try quicktime with animation codec ? or jpeg 2000? )
no idea what you want as product...but if you're doing numbered stills with transitions it just makes sense you would try to export as video and get beyond the still image stage of it...no matter what the product.
deal with the compression issue after that ...depending on your delivery
I MUST export to image sequence, because the program I use ask for image sequences. I´m not need BMP, I need JPEG, so Premiere CS5 can export to a JPEG Sequence, but don´t render any effect.
Don´t want to make a video and later export the sequence from these video, is a timeless task!!!. If Premiere CAN export to JPEG, y WANT to export to JPEG
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I have tried this and can confrim this is a bug in the JPEG exporter. Until we have this fixed you should be able to use a fairly simple workaround. Create a solid opaque black color matte matching your sequence dimensions and place this below all other video on your timeline, or nest your timeline in another and place the matte below the original timeline. If you do this it should fix your problem.
Thanks, so is a Know bug...what a pain...
Thanks for verifying this and giving us a workaround. It is appreciated.