I'm trying to render out a batch of files from AME, but they keep getting stuck at 100%, and never finishing.
AME creates 3 files, a video file, an audio file and the container, but never merges them into one complete file.
Everything seems to render normally if l render directly from Premiere Pro, but as l have a ton of files l need to render out for archiving l'd love to be able to queue it up..
- Video: 1920x1080 (1,0), 25 fps, Progressive
- Audio: AAC, 160 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 2 pass, Target 10.00 Mbps, Max 12.00 Mbps
- The source was deinterlaced
Source files are P2 media; DVCPRO HD.
iMac 21,5" late 2012
OS X 10.8.5
CPU: Intel i7 - 3,1GHZ Quad Core
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GT650M 512MB
HD: 251GB SSD / 100 GB free.
RAM: 8+8GB DDR3 1600MHz
Adobe Media Encoder CC (v. 22.214.171.124)
I have tried saving locally, to an external Thunderbolt drive, and to our ReadyNAS server with the same issue.
Mine started doing this on 22.5. Super annoying and I have deadlines to meet!!
this worked for me!
But it doesn´t solve a long queue, have to keep an eye all the time and pause every time it finish an export.
have to put a MACRO to do it for me, i feel like Homer Simpson!
I´ve updated all drivers and cleaned all cachés, also try to use same disk for proyect, media and export, even a Solid State.
The only solution seems to be "pause an play", or stop but finishing the file.
How long after pausing and resuming an export can it take to finish muxing? Does it depend on the video length/file size or has it been immediate for you? I'm wondering because I'm exporting a 20 hour video and it's hanging at 100% too, but pausing and resuming doesn't seem to be doing anything. AME created an mp4 file once it hit 100% but it's sitting at 0 KB while the AAC is at 2,849,773 KB and the M4V is at 133,136,770 KB.
I don't mind being patient and waiting for it to finish, but I don't want to waste time waiting for something that isn't going to happen 😛
Thanks man! It worked for me too!
I wouldn't consider this solution as the problem being solved for me even if it DID work. (It didn't)
I don't have time to pause and unpause when rendering multiple clips at a time. This didnt work for me anyway.
Adobe, figure it out.
didn't work for me either.
I got the same issue and wasn't able to fix it with the solution of pausing and resuming, so I cancelled the task and cut the original project to only last a few seconds for testing. The second project completed with the exact same settings and worked to the point that I cut off at but the difference is that this time I didn't close after effects after I exported to AME. After that I attempted to export the original video that froze once more and it worked successfully. I don't know if that was the issue or if it was merely a coincidence but leaving after effects on while Media encoder worked seemed to have fixed the issue for me personally.
Apologies, this was a false alarm and did not fix the issue either, please ignore this.
Same problem here!
Nothing seems to work for me. Still having the problem on ME 2022.
Nothing seems to work for me 😞 I have Adobe 2020....It was working fine yesterday but something happened and its AME is not working anymore...getting stuck at 100% everytime
Same problem here. The issue began for me with the latest ME 2022 update. Is it possible to restore the previous version until Adobe addresses this issue?
I encountered this problem today, I uninstalled the newest update and re-installed the previous which is ME (22.4). In order to do so, go to your creative cloud app, on the Media Encoder line you will see the three dots More Actions button just on the Open button right side. Click on More Actions a menu will pop out and just scroll down to Other versions and you will come accross older versions.