I'm posting about this although i see some other threads, has this been solved? I thought it was only doing it when i was using Media Encoder, is there a setting that forces it to wait or something? I've even tried Render selection over the morph effect thikning that would just use the render files since it's playing back fine in premiere.
Really killing me because I'm wasting a ton of time with these exports. Thanks for any help.
Also, the morphs work fine, i've already been through the troubleshooting doc, the problem is not with the actual morph cut effect, it's that it's exporting analyzing in background frames.
Is this issue for all M-cuts or just one or a few?
Nah, it's really inconsistent. That's the issue, i'd be ace at troubleshooting if i could consistently reproduce. Sometimes it happens, and i thought it was only the ones that i was doing through media encoder, so i did some through PrPro and didn't get the error, thoguht i was golden, but then did one through PrPro and got the analyzing error.
It's a bunch of 1 minute videos i have separate sequences for, i set it up with the intent of using AME to drag the seqs, but now i'm really gunshy.
I have the same issue. In both Premiere Pro CC 11 and 12. It worked previously. Incredibly frustrating. Where's the quality control gone?We pay monthly subscription fees and expect things to work!
Have you also used the warp stabilizer? I find that you have to go back and restabilize every section again after adding or changing a morph, and this does take a bit of time.
Adding warp stabiliser fixed the error for me. Still this is a tedious and unneccessary workaround. I'd rather have a warning before exporting.