Source Duration Nil

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Apr 30, 2019 Apr 30, 2019

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When  I try to export my video, its says failed and then gives me this message:

- Source File: C:\Users\realf\AppData\Local\Temp\cat disection full.prproj

- Output File: C:\Users\realf\Downloads\school\Adobe Premiere Pro Auto-Save\y2mate.com - charlie_schmidts_keyboard_cat_the_original_J---aiyznGQ_360p.wmv

- Preset Used: HD 720p 59.94

- Video: 1280x720 (1.0), 59.94 fps, Progressive, 00;27;10;52

- Audio: Windows Media Audio 10 Professional, 44100 Hz, Stereo, 24 bit

- Bitrate: VBR, 2 pass Constrained, Avg 5000.00 kbps

- Encoding Time: 00:00:02

05/01/2019 12:05:13 AM : Encoding Failed

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Encode failed because the source duration is nil.

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What do i do to fix this?

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May 04, 2019 May 04, 2019

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In the Export Settings windows, set the Source Range to Work Area. If that dosen´t fix it, try a shorter file name than the one you use now and avoid periods (.) in the exported file name.

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May 04, 2019 May 04, 2019

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How full is your hard drive?  What size is it?

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Sep 28, 2019 Sep 28, 2019

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I finally found my fix. Somehow the timeline didn't have my area that I wanted to render actually selected. I know that I pulled the ending to the end of the video that I wanted generated, but somehow the beginning and ending of the sequence to be rendered was at the same position.

 

A helpful thing to do is to look at the top of the timeline. If the bar is yellow or red, it's not rendered yet. If the area is green, then it's rendered and potentially could be successful. Refer to this video which kinda explains it, but has a different problem that he attempting to solve

 

After ensuring the appropriate section of the timelien is done, Go Sequence menu: Sequence -> Render Entire Work Area. It should take seconds to minutes to render unless it's already green. Try going to Sequence -> Delete Render Files. Then attempt to Render Entire Work Area again.....that should take longer. If not, ensure that the appropiate sequence is properly set!!!

 

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