Premiere and AME render DIFFERENT VIDEOS from the same sequences

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Jun 02, 2022 Jun 02, 2022

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3 sequences. Identical content except they're three different dimensions.

 

I made a change to a dynamically linked AFX clip used in all three. Batch export via AME produces 3 incorrect videos without any of the changes made in AFX. Rendering one at a time via Premiere correctly exports all three with the AFX update intact.

 

In my experience batch exporting via AME is unreliable across the board. Be it dynamic link woes like this, or online media suddenly going offline when queued in AME. It is unpredictible, and thus basically unusable. 

 

Anyone know what's going on? 

 

Late 2019 Macbook Pro

Mac OS Monterey 12.3 (21E230)

Premiere 22.4.0 (Build 57)

AME 22.4 (Build 53)

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 02, 2022 Jun 02, 2022

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Hola, lo que deberias hacer (ya me paso esto justo ayer) es lo siguiente:
Vaciar el cache de medios, reiniciar el software y proceder con el proceso de exportacion.
En mi caso funcionó solo me tome la libertad de dejar la maquina sin uso solo con Media Encoder porque apenas tengo 16G de RAM
Espero sea de ayuda.

Salu2 
Harold

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And something to try ... in the Me preferences, uncheck "import sequences natively" and  the "linear color" option.

 

Neil

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