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Rendering in Premiere Elements 15 using Windows 11

Community Beginner ,
Sep 05, 2022 Sep 05, 2022

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I've been digitalizing DVD family videos for use in various projects. The last two DVD's have been resistant to rendering in Premiere Elements 15. I have restarted the rendering process multiple times and it will freeze. On the last video, it finally (after hours of trying) did render and the yellow line disappeared. My question is is it necessary to render before I export the videos? My goal with the videos is to use only small cuts from the large files that I'm saving.  I'm thinking that the problem with rendering will likely go away once I am working with much smaller videos.

Thanks for your help!

Jan

 

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Community Expert , Sep 06, 2022 Sep 06, 2022
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My question is is it necessary to render before I export the videos?


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No, it is not necessary.

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Sep 05, 2022 Sep 05, 2022

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Two ideas that MAY work to install and/or run old programs in Windows 10 or Windows 11
-RIGHT click the program icon or EXE and select a compatibility mode in the pop up option window
-and/or select Run as Administrator to assign FULL Windows permissions
-also https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/create-local-administrator-account-windows.html

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My question is is it necessary to render before I export the videos?


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No, it is not necessary.

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Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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Thank you for the advice.  I'm opting to forgoe the rendering unless it becomes a problem.  I'm making a wedding video for my daughter, and it will be pretty short.   So far so good!

Thanks for your help.

Jan

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Jan 16, 2023 Jan 16, 2023

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If you're planning to make small cuts from the large files and use them in different projects, rendering before exporting might not be necessary. However, if you're planning on making significant changes to the videos, then it's best to render them before exporting.
It's also worth noting that rendering can take a while and might be more time-consuming when working with larger files. So, working with smaller videos might make the rendering process faster and easier.
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