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Marni Page
Why to I have Red X's through my Media Encoder Output?
on Sep 30, 2015 at 2:33:30 pm

Hello!

I upscaled some SD footage to 720p within Premiere Pro. I rendered the sequences. I selected the sequences and sent them to the Media Encoder queue and applied my 720p h264 setting. I get outputs with giant red x's through them and I also get a system memory failure mid batch. Can anyone shed some light on what's happening? It was just 12 clips of Pro Res SD footage, 1-2 minutes each. Thanks in advance.

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Joe Barta IV
Re: Why to I have Red X's through my Media Encoder Output?
on Oct 1, 2015 at 1:13:57 pm

Are you adding any third-party plug-ins in Premiere or Encoder that might not be registered?

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Marni Page
Re: Why to I have Red X's through my Media Encoder Output?
on Oct 1, 2015 at 3:32:46 pm

Yes, I think it had to do with adding Instant 4K, though it was not applied to that particular clip. I closed and reopened Adobe and it seems to be ok now.

Incidentally, I didn't find the results of the plug in that great for upscaling SD to 720p compared with using Adobe's own motion controls. I really could not see very much of a difference and it consumes a lot of memory and rendering time.

Don't know if anyone else had the same experience.


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