Export Media Creating Movie stops at 99%

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Mar 29, 2021 Mar 29, 2021

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I have an 11 minute file consisting of four subfiles

One of the files is 7 minutes long, so I added the three other files to it, using scenes.

With the Start Media Encoder Render Queue Immediately box checked,

The "Export Media Creating Movie" stops at 99%.

 

I would appreciate help in this matter.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 30, 2021 Mar 30, 2021
i don't understand this, "I have an 11 minute file consisting of four subfiles One of the files is 7 minutes long, so I added the three other files to it, using scenes." do you mean you have 4 video files that you're trying to combine?  if so, premiere is a better tool for the job, Combine multiple video clips in a single sequence | Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials animate could be used but you'd need to keep your main timeline under 16,000 frames. at 30 fps, an 11 min project could exceed that....

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 30, 2021 Mar 30, 2021
I would keep them individual files, export individual videos, and stitch them together in Premiere Pro.

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Community Beginner , Mar 31, 2021 Mar 31, 2021
Hi kglad, Thanks for your thoughtful comments. I just subscribed to Premiere Pro. Jimbo at CM

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i don't understand this, "I have an 11 minute file consisting of four subfiles

One of the files is 7 minutes long, so I added the three other files to it, using scenes."

 

do you mean you have 4 video files that you're trying to combine?  if so, premiere is a better tool for the job, Combine multiple video clips in a single sequence | Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials

 

animate could be used but you'd need to keep your main timeline under 16,000 frames. at 30 fps, an 11 min project could exceed that.  at 24 fps, you'd just make it under the limit, but even that may not work.

 

and your gpu performance is a significant determinate to ame rendering speed. 

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Mar 31, 2021 Mar 31, 2021

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Hi kglad,

Thanks for your thoughtful comments.
I just subscribed to Premiere Pro.

Jimbo at CM

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you're welcome

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I would keep them individual files, export individual videos, and stitch them together in Premiere Pro.

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Hi keyframe,

Thanks for your thoughts.

I just subscribed to Premiere Pro.

It looks like a no brainer.

Thanks

Jimbo at CM

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