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    help with exporting in adobe premiere

    hi i have made several videos on adobe premiere and have noticed that around 5 seconds before the end the sound will stop then the video will go. thought it was a one time thing at first but now it bugs me.

    am exporting my video in these settings if it helps.

    [General]
    File type - microsoft dv avi
    Range - entire sequence
    [/] export video
    [/] export audio
    [/] add to project once finished
    [ ] beep when finished
    Embedding options - None

    [Video]
    Compressor - DV PAL (im british)
    color depth - millions of colors
    frame size - 720h 576h 16:9
    frame rate - 25.00 fps
    pixel aspect ratio - D1/DV PAL widescreen 16:9 (1.442)
    quality - 100%
    Data rate - limit data rate to (10,000), always re-compress

    [Keyframe and rendering]
    Fields - no fields prohressive scan
    [/] optimise stills
    [ ]deinterlace video footage
    Keyframes - Nothing is ticked

    [Audio]
    compressor - uncompressed
    sample rate - 44100HZ]
    sample type - 16 bit
    channels - stereo
    interleave - 1 frame

    aswell when i play the movie through windows media player once its been saved somtimes the screen size will jump big to small every now and again.

    if you could tell me what i can do to stop this problem i would be very thankfull
    thanks

  2. #2
    Dude,
    your website frames are all over the place when viewing in Firefox 2.0.0.2.
    Thats on every page too.
    Just thought you maybe interested.

    About your problem with premiere.
    Have you defragged your hard drive lately?.
    Do you use a second hard drive for your video files?
    Have you tried viewing the movie in a different mediaplayer like say VLC player?

  3. #3

    re:do you use a second hard drive

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    Dude,
    your website frames are all over the place when viewing in Firefox 2.0.0.2.
    Thats on every page too.
    Just thought you maybe interested.

    About your problem with premiere.
    Have you defragged your hard drive lately?.
    Do you use a second hard drive for your video files?
    Have you tried viewing the movie in a different mediaplayer like say VLC player?
    yes i use a external hard drive for the videos does it make a difference?
    thanks

    and yes i know there is a problem with my website i havent been working on it and i dont think i will until i go to college cheers

  4. #4
    It usually does not matter even if you're exporting to a USB2.0 external HDD... but it MATTERS when you are digitizing it. That's my experience with ext HDDs. Also consider what Westie's suggesting. Defrag... before tt, right-click your drive (eg D drive) and click Properties (last option on right-click). Do a disk clean-up. After that Defrag.

    Do a few experiments.
    1. Export just a portion of your video with destination onto your internal HDD. You save time by just testing a short portion. Does it work? If it doesn't, skip to point 3.

    2. If it works, try exporting the same short portion on your Defrag'ed HDD. Does it work?

    3. Reduce your film size to 352 by 288 or 320 by 240 and export a portion. Does it work? Export the entire clip if it does. This is to check the possibility that your computer is not able to handle the project that
    'big'.

    There's no bad camera, just a bad user
    Loong . Singapore

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