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How to unstick an area that will not render?

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Aug 17, 2017

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i have been using PE heavily since 2011 and have made truckloads of good projects.  I am now doing a fairly complex project that involves putting MPEGs on to PE of previous PE work.  I have a 70 second section that has two MPEG running simultaneously that will not render.  So, when I play the PE it looks shaky, especially the titles.  However, the MPEG of this work in progress is okay.

        I have played with the sliders, but the unrendering seems to say, "all or nothing."  I have other areas of MPEG on different tracks simultaneously that work ok.

        Though, since more is to be done, I would like the PE version not to be shaky.  Hence, how do I unstick an area that does not render?

Thanking your reply !!

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How to unstick an area that will not render?

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i have been using PE heavily since 2011 and have made truckloads of good projects.  I am now doing a fairly complex project that involves putting MPEGs on to PE of previous PE work.  I have a 70 second section that has two MPEG running simultaneously that will not render.  So, when I play the PE it looks shaky, especially the titles.  However, the MPEG of this work in progress is okay.

        I have played with the sliders, but the unrendering seems to say, "all or nothing."  I have other areas of MPEG on different tracks simultaneously that work ok.

        Though, since more is to be done, I would like the PE version not to be shaky.  Hence, how do I unstick an area that does not render?

Thanking your reply !!

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Does your Work Area Bar cover the area you want to render?

Other factors are your operating system, your processor and RAM and your monitor resolution.

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Thanks for replying Steve G.

I actually had to look up what is a Work Area Bar. But, yes, its red.

By the way, when I was considering upgrading to PE 15, I went to all of

your YouTube's on the subject.

Your work is quite impressive and enjoyable.

-David Lee

On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 8:06 AM, Steve Grisetti <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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