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Sep 05, 2020

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I already edited and added effects to a whole video clip, but when I go to export it through Media Encoder as H.264 it exports without the video. However, I can still see the effects over the top of it. I have never had this problem when exporting. I have also tried exporting as different files and all of them have this problem

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Video shows in preview but not when exporting

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I already edited and added effects to a whole video clip, but when I go to export it through Media Encoder as H.264 it exports without the video. However, I can still see the effects over the top of it. I have never had this problem when exporting. I have also tried exporting as different files and all of them have this problem

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Probably Adobe Media Encoder cannot read your source video files. Try a couple of things:

 

1.- What happens if you import directly your video files in Adobe Media Encoder and try to create a H264 file? Do you get the same result?

 

2.- Make a Precomp of your edited composition and send it to AME but be sure to empty the cache before. Edit > Purge > All memory and disk cache.

 

3.- Try to check that you are running the latetst patches for your software versions. You can check for updates directly in your Creative Cloud Desktop App

 

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When I imported my video file directly into media encoder it worked fine with no problems.

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I switched the files, using the exported video from media encoder rather than the original video and it all worked! Thank you!

 

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The color bars tell me that you moved or renamed the 42EE73A...mov file used in the composition before you started the render in Adobe Media Encoder. You cannot do that. Make sure you check the User Guide and even the Learn workspace in After Effects so you understand how the program works.

 

It looks like the only thing you did to the video was to add some paint strokes and a little +1.

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