Use Media Encoder.
I have tried without success. One time I got BLUE SCREEN - windows 7(64). thanks. Lalit.
Now this sounds serious.
Have you tried exporting anything else?
Can you tell if your CPU/GPU or both are overheating?
Have you installed any other programs that might be using resources?
Let me find out about my computer settings and related heat issue..
.No did not have any new programs installed. thanks.
I will keep you posted. Lalit.
It sounds like you have a much more serious problem than this because---as Jayson suggested---blue-screen problems are almsot always hardware-related. But, I want to remind you to also make sure that you've installed the Premiere Pro CS5 (5.0.2) update. That update fixes a lot of problems.
Thanks Todd, CS5 is upgraded to 5.0.2. thanks. Lalit.
Let me find out BIOS and other settings of my computer including Heat generation.
I agree with Jason and Todd that something doesnt sound right.
Have you tried closing Premiere and then opening AME and encoding it from there without Premiere running.
Although you should not have to do this.
We ran all the tests including CPU, GPU stress, BIOS and removal of USB external hard drives without success...
At the end, we figured it out that the export/encoding was stopping at 97% mark consistently....We checked and removed the video frames from this segment and it cured the problem. Thanks for all of your suggestion.
With new solid state recording on the media card vs media magnetic tapes, we should not have this problems. thanks. Lalit.
Should've figured it was corrupted HDV media. I actually get this a lot with the DV media that comes in. But my work around is to convert that file to something compressed in a flavor of h.264 and import that....not the best work around but going uncompressed still keeps the problem.