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Timing gets borked on "Render Video…" export.

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Oct 10, 2020

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Actions:
• import a video (one that runs fine in QuickTime and other video apps).

• add some text captions.

• use "Render Video…" to save it as an MP4 file.


Result:
The video with a previous length of X (no matter the length), now runs in half about one-half a second—super crazy fast-forward, instantly finishes.

I feel like I must have somehow, somewhere, accidentally changed setting of something.

Photoshop started doing this about three or four days ago to any and every video I render.

It's a huge problem. Multiple videos effected. I'm absolutely stumped.
Grateful for any help.

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Timing gets borked on "Render Video…" export.

New Here ,
Oct 10, 2020

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Actions:
• import a video (one that runs fine in QuickTime and other video apps).

• add some text captions.

• use "Render Video…" to save it as an MP4 file.


Result:
The video with a previous length of X (no matter the length), now runs in half about one-half a second—super crazy fast-forward, instantly finishes.

I feel like I must have somehow, somewhere, accidentally changed setting of something.

Photoshop started doing this about three or four days ago to any and every video I render.

It's a huge problem. Multiple videos effected. I'm absolutely stumped.
Grateful for any help.

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Oct 11, 2020

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Without any exact info about framerates, render settings and so on we can't really know, but my guess would have to be that you may have messed up the hardware acceleration stuff in your encoder settings. Reset them by picking a factory default or trash the prefs.

 

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