tried to render a video project of Premiere CS6 within Media Encoder (over night) – but it failed: size of created mp4 file (h.264) too small, 2 GB instead of about 10 GB (duration of the full HD video: about 1h) → not playable e.g. in VideoLAN.
However the log file seems to be okay, rendering duration, too:
- Genutzte Vorgabe: 50p
- Video: 1920x1080, 50 fps, Progressive
- Audio: AAC, 192 KBit/s, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 2 Durchgänge, Ziel 32.00 Mbps, Max. 40.00 Mbps
- Zeit für Kodierung: 03:40:50
06/08/2017 06:02:57 AM : Datei erfolgreich kodiert
Maybe the cause of this strange behaviour: too less free disc space? Rendered it on the windows 10 partition (SDD) which contains the cache files, too.
But if this is the cause, why no appropriate error message?
Why are you exporting as an MP4, and why is your FPS 50 and not 24/25 (I'm guessing your German and not American)? If you're using ME then set the presets to H.264 and YouTube 1080p