Trouble rendering / exporting project containing MOGRT file

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Feb 20, 2022 Feb 20, 2022

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Hi guys,

 

I've been using a MOGRT I purchased from a third party to create a photo slideshow on Premiere.

 

It was almost imposible to edit but I've managed to finish it, now I can't export it. When I export, encoding stays at 0% for ages before crashing and closing.

 

Is this a common problem? Is there a solution? 

 

Thanks,

Max

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Feb 20, 2022 Feb 20, 2022

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No, it's not a "common" problem. And there may be a solution.

 

But to help, it would need having more information. Where did you get the mogrt? What sort of things are involved with that mogrt, such as video or still images or keyframed actions, what? And especially, as you say you used it to create a slideshow, a lot more information on exactly what you're doing on that sequence would help.

 

Neil

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Feb 20, 2022 Feb 20, 2022

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Hi Neil,

 

Appreciate the speedy response. Here's a bit more information:

 

I got the MOGRT from envato - https://elements.envato.com/gallery-slideshow-ZCRAEGE

 

If you see the preview within the link above, the template is rather long and complex with many layers. The elements I've added are all still images. 

 

I'm using the latest version of Premiere Pro (& AE).

 

Thanks,

Max

 

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That's a complex mogrt ... wow. My brain hurts just thinking about it! I'm almost thinking of doing the download of it just to take it into AfterEffects and look at how it's built.

 

What size are your images? Pr doesn't do well with large frame-size stills at times, so not more than 2-3 times pixel length for sides of the image is wise. sRGB color space of course.

 

And ... how much RAM and disk cache space do you have? That process is going to be massive.

 

Neil

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