I finished editing, but when I try to extract the video, it comes out like this.
One thing to try is update your graphics driver.
Sorry about that. Would you mind sharing more information?
Let us know.
looks like it's a screen recording which are often variable frame rate.
use mediainfo to determine whether your source is variable or constant frame rate
if it's variable use handbrake to convert to constant frame rate
and here's a tutorial on how to use handbrake
@??B82B , this is likely the best answer. (Try setting to software only rendering first, as per the other suggestion... much easier to do!)
If you do wind up converting with Handbrake, after you convert your video you'll then need to replace the original clips. I'd recommend setting all of your media offline, and then relink to your new, exported clips. You'll likely have to finesse your edits but it should be reasonably close.
@mgrenadier - I've seen and used Handbrake to solve for weird VFR footage issues, but do you happen to know why Premiere/Media Encoder doesn't play well with VFR, while Handbrake does? Just curious.
I have no idea... with my rapidly diminishing mental capacity, I have to prioritize what I spend my time figuring out. It does make sense to me, as vfr never had a place in professional editing environments in days gone by...
When I started following this forum a few years ago, Ann Bens told me in no uncertain terms that handbrake would fix vfr where the solutions I was suggesting would not. Since then, I've learned to trust Ann's posts...
I did discsover that EditReady will also work and will transcode to prores and combine spanned clips
but it ain't free.
Thanks for the post, I absolutely understand and share that mindset. With so many variables and actual deliverables to worry about, a fix is a fix and I can just take that at face value.
Good reminder about EditReady, its been quite some time since I've thought about that software!