I can't seem to render out a simple 1080p 2 minute video clip.... Basically, at all now?
Don't even start in with you BS about my GPU or Memory etc. I have anMSI GS66laptop. You can look up the specs.
I updated Media Encoder, Premier, Rush and whatever the h*ll else yesterday. And now today, a 1080p VBR1 at 20m is taking 40-60 minutes in Premier (but wont finish), and it won't even start reporting a summary in Media Encoder when i try to send the file there for export.
WTF. Again. Adobe. And you know what? This always seems to happen right when I'm trying to render out a simple videofor a client on a deadline. Then I look like an idiot to the client who already paid half.
And I'm over here counting on the other half $$$ to pay my car payment tomorrow.
And you guys are like, "Nah fam. F your Client and your export. lolz"
I've been a CC subscriber since 2018. And at least 2-3 times a year, you guys find a way to screw me on a freelance gig at the very end when I need to just deliver an .mp4 file.
So.... Anyone else having problems with Exporting after the update?
What can we do here? Final Cut is looking real good lately. But you guys got me on that brand loyalty.
And for all the previous MESS UPS in my Video Directing / Editing Career, I already get the whole Creative Cloud for like $30 a month as your way of saying sorry for costing me a good 3-4 clients that won't book me again because of software issues with Premier.
What can we do?
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Crash, Effects and Titles, Error or problem, Export, Freeze or hang, Performance
Don´t export to your OneDrive folder. Export to another folder.
Don´t store project files you work with on OneDrive. Store on another folder.
Don´t use source media that are located on your OneDrive. Store on another folder.
Make sure that there is plenty of empty space on your hard drive. (10% free minimum)
Try Software Encoding instead of the default Hardware Encoding.
Avoid mixing audio sample rates.
If you have third party video filters it will increase render time. (noise reduction, grading plugins, etc, etc)
OneDrive is great for backup, but if you export files to that folder OneDrive will start immediately to upload the file that Premiere Pro is still building. No-no.
* ...unless you know what they do and know why you checked them or know that you do indeed need them. Both can be render hogs, especially Render at Maximum Bit Depth, and both are known for messing with renders. Sometimes not, sometimes very much.
I'm with Averdahl ... do not export to a drive that OneDrive has control over. When OneDrive refreshes the drive every five minutes or so, the 'tags' on files and such there are changed, and this causes PrPro fits. I finally removed the whole OneDrive from my computer to get total control back.