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Posted 03 November 2012 - 08:39 PM
Posted 30 December 2012 - 06:52 PM
basically using premiere every day is what I live for now. BUT
today I had a great video going and I was so thrilled by it. when I went to export, it got stuck on 0% and never moved. I waited and waited and then began googling the problem to see if I could find a solution, but nothing worked. I made a new project, imported my files, and edited the video again, but it still wouldnt export. I have become obsessive about getting a video done every day so I just said fuck it and recorded a close up of my screen playing my video and I am now exporting THAT video, but since it is a recording of a computer screen the quality is way shittier and it just isn't the same anymore.
has anyone ever had premiere refuse to export certain projects even though it will export others? I am losing my mind.
Posted 31 December 2012 - 02:47 AM
have you tried exporting as different formats? everything fully rendered when exporting? how about doing a video mixdown of the timeline within your project? dunno what to suggest really. might be some corrupt media that it doesn't like. what format is the footage?
Posted 31 December 2012 - 01:46 PM
I tried exporting as different formats and it didn't work and I had everything rendered before I tried to export. I am not sure how to make a video mixdown or what that is.
I assumed it might be something wrong with one of the videos, like they were corrupt somehow, so what ended up finally working was that I took my six minute video that I was keying out and cut it down to just the five essential minutes and got it to export as a new file itself. then I was able to take the 55 minute video I was trying to speed up to five minutes to go underneath it and edit it down to just 30 minutes sped up to five and add the other video on top and it finally worked.
no clue what happened, but I am glad it came out. now I have to go and find and idea for today's video.
Posted 09 June 2013 - 09:18 PM
ugh now it says in a bar across the middle of my video "Click Analyze to begin," but the "analyze" button under is greyed out...
i'll try doing it in after effects.
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