Hello everyone I have an issue with my premiere not crashing but it just stops at 10 or sometimes 11-12 percent.
I have these specs
-Intel I7 10750H running stock clock speed @2.60GHz
-GTX 1060 Ti
So I have a music video im trying to export and it has a lot of effects here is a youtube video of a screen capture showing my project of the examples, might be I have too many but Ive had no issues using the same effects before
I also want to mention I do have CUDA selected I've also tried clearing cache and trying different codec for export and see maybe by any chance I also tried Software only encoding. Also reinstalled the Sudio drivers NVIDIA has, so Im completely lost of options some guidance would be appreciated!
Here are more pictures of settings and system logs
Sorry about that. Have you tried updating Premiere Pro to the current version? Do that and delete all media cache with all projects closed. That may help. Let us know if it does.
I tried smart rendering last night and left it pre-rendering my sequence and it ended up just getting stuck or it crashed (crashed just once) I did Quicktime and Prores 422
You can mark an in and out and go to the sequence menu and render in to out. Do that for sections until you find exactly where the problem is. You may have a problematic clip or something in the sequence may be wonky.
Tell us the properties of that clip and if any effects are applied to that clip... You might try reimporting the clip.
You can alsocreate a new sequence with the same settings and select all from the problematic sequence and copy and then paste into the new sequence...
Smart rendering worked! it crashed on the 2nd AEP project I had in the timeline, but i skipped it after it crashed and rendered the rest of the timeline and when I finished i went back and tried to prerender the AEP that crashed on the prerender and it didnt crash that time, so THANK YOU sooo much! saved me a headache !
Glad it worked. And thanks for following up. Not everyone does... And to give credit where credit is due, Kevin wrote the FAQ on smart rendering... Can't say enough to thank Kevin and the Adobe team that pitch in here... They make a big difference.