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Devon WashingtonBeen trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 30, 2011 at 3:39:18 pm

Hi! I'm in need of help I've been trying to export this video to media encoder for about 20days now. I'm working with premiere pro cs5.5 and after effects cs5.5-
Dynamic link, I've updated the two and everything, every time I try to export my video half willl export and I believe after effects crashes and thats when the other
half of the video goes blank/black, this happens everytime, it's very frustrating and I don't know what is causing this. it actually just started.
it also does this on cs5 as well.


I am working on windows 7 HPE-510y Hewlett-Packard computer
14gb of ram


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Devon WashingtonRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 30, 2011 at 6:25:39 pm

I check everything before I send it to AME, everything looks ok when I check in adobe after effects and premiere pro. I don't know what the issue maybe others also had this problem too.
I format to H.264 and I use a vimeo preset the footage is 1080p 24fps


in after effects I have 16 compositions, some of the clips I had to dynamic link separate because the fade to black transition seems to disappear when I dynamic link everything at once.
in my main comp there are 411 Mov files from all the chopping I did in premiere pro, the effects from after effects are (Neat Video reduce noice v3, levels, colorista II, unsharp mask and sharpen)
same effects are also on the other 15 mov files that haves it's on comp.



After effects run fine but once I go to premeire pro and export the fiinished project to AME after a couple hours when it get's toward of half way finish exporting after effects starts acting a bit funny and it starts to lag and than it crashes and close out after that ame stops exporting and go blank.


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ben g ungurenRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 30, 2011 at 7:18:13 pm

Have you tried rendering the comp within After Effects? Not sure what the issue with AME is, but if you can get the render to work out of AE, you can put that render in place of the dynamic link (or right above it, and disable dynamic linked file).

Ben Unguren
Motion Graphics & Editing
http://www.mostlydocumentary.com


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Devon WashingtonRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 30, 2011 at 7:21:38 pm

No I never tried it I actually didn't know I can do that, can you help me threw on how to render it? Also thank you a lot for your reply I am very thankful


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Devon WashingtonRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 30, 2011 at 7:25:12 pm

Also will it render all 16 of my comps?


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Michael SzalapskiRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Oct 31, 2011 at 1:18:15 pm

Yes. After Effects even has a Render Queue. Read all about it here: [link]

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Robert BurroughsRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Nov 3, 2011 at 3:11:02 pm

Have you tried exporting from premiere without using AME?

Robert Burroughs
http://sugartoothgroup.com


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Devon WashingtonRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Nov 3, 2011 at 3:23:16 pm

I tried once with the premiere export but it was stuck on 0%. It's nothing wrong with AME it's AE.


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Robert BurroughsRe: Been trying to export video for almost a month now.
by on Nov 3, 2011 at 3:36:54 pm

Gotcha. Then rendering out each comp in AE, as suggested previoulsy by ben and michael, and placing those in your timeline in Prem will be your best option.

Robert Burroughs
http://sugartoothgroup.com


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