Yes you read right. After rendering, everything is the same, freezing and stuttering continues. Even if the timeline turns green after rendering, the lag and freeze continues. The video in the file location also has stuttering and freezing. How will I solve this situation? Helpp!!
Guessing the footage is variable framerate.
convert to constant framerate with Handbrake or Shutter Encoder before bringing into Premiere.
but there are too many videos, do i need to convert them all? this was the first time i made an effect, should i change all of them? Could you tell me how to do it by writing the steps? I'm a new user
If the rest does not give issues convert just this one.
unfortunately i live every videos this problem but i guess problem is dfferent because my worse computer has not this problem.
Without knowing a lot more than you've said, 'we' other users can't help.
What's your computer hardware and OS? What is the original media involved, and any effects applied to the sequence?
What format/codec did you use for the renders, and where are those stored on your machine?
Windows 11- 8gb ram i5- i can edit every video in program buy some red places i faced this problem.- its even not effect i only change speed number.
These renders are stocking in default place in Adobe.
Windows 11- 8gb ram
16 GB RAM is recommended for HD:
What are the hard drives (how many, what kind, what is on each, what capacity, and how full)?
If NVIDIA graphics, make sure to use the latest Studio Driver from NVIDIA (NOT the Game Driver).
this device is new. i know its not completely proper for hd videos but i wasnt lived like this problem other videos but when i add some effects i see this problem. but after render this problem should fix it. Graphic Card is Intel UHD Graphics
I have the same issue. Running Mac OS Monterey 12.4
After rendering my video, using sony fx3, BMP 4K, DJI Mavic 2 pro footages, I got lag and froze video all of my mavic 2 pro scenes after. rendering. Tried reimporting, new timeline... but same result. Please give me a solution as soon as possible cause my client needs their commercial put online tomorrow. I have never had this issue before with my mavic 2 footages. Recorded the same way as always.
my videos are 4k videos shot with sony. could it be related to that?
I don't think so, since I have 4K footage from sony FX3 on the timeline and those have not have this issue after rendering.
plus when i make a render video resolition has downed i dont know why. for example before render 1080p after render became 360p
Can you take a look at Preferences > Audio Hardware? Try Default Input > No Input and see if it improves your performance. That issue can trip things up. You can also try making proxies since you have a pretty lightweight system.
Thank you Kevin im gonna check this but, my other problem is before send to adobe i can watch every video 4k vs doesnt matter. But when i put video in Pt i cant watch video because it happens like a 4bit like atari games but when i stop that video it back to normal quality. what should i do
Oh, your screen is turning green? Can you update your GPU drivers? 4K may not work well for your system. What kind of camera is this? Is it an old iPhone 6? That shoots .mov wrapped H.264 files which haven't been supported since 2017. I had some of those files recently and needed the free app: "Shutter Encoder" to rewrap the files in a .mp4 wrapper instead, and it worked great. It sounds like you are having both a media issue and your system is not powerful enough for 4K. You may want to contact our support reps. on the phone to assist you. Chat pod is white and in the lower right: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/contact.html
yes but a while ago i tried 720 video i can watch some videos even if they are 4k but sometimes i cant watch 720p videos in Pr i dont know why. My drivers are updated my computer is new. I dont excepting huge performance but at least i can watch videos in Pr and if i lose resolution or smt i can apply to do render. unfortunately i cant watch videos in Pr clearly and i feel so exhausted.
Sorry about that. Try contacting our agents. They will troubleshoot with you directly, which is your best route. Check back in with us after contacting them.
I just went through this:
I tried everything. Rendering. Lowering resolution. Clearing cache. Nothing worked. The playback was super stuttery.
Found a video on Youtube that said to turn of the Audio Imput. It actually worked. I am still in shock over it.
Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio Hardware - change Default Imput to No Imput
I've spent a couple hours trying to figure this out and that's what caused all my issues. I hope you can fix yours.
Thanks for verifying that my solution works: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/after-render-everything-same/m-p/13113399#M4...
@Kağan254736269jhj - How about you? Did you ever solve your problem? If you have time, verifying the fix as the OP would be useful. 🙂