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Adobe Premiere Software render error

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Look at the effect applied at the time it says to look at. Remove it, try to rerender. If it works, it was the effect. This is a pain as I've dealt with it too where I have to remove color correction (looks like you have Lumetri). Try taking it off the clip and make an adjustement layer and apply it to that. If you've done that then do the opposite and rerender.

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Adobe Premiere Software render error

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Hoping you can help me sort this out.

 

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Correct answer by Graeme Bull | Adobe Community Professional

Look at the effect applied at the time it says to look at. Remove it, try to rerender. If it works, it was the effect. This is a pain as I've dealt with it too where I have to remove color correction (looks like you have Lumetri). Try taking it off the clip and make an adjustement layer and apply it to that. If you've done that then do the opposite and rerender.

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Look at the effect applied at the time it says to look at. Remove it, try to rerender. If it works, it was the effect. This is a pain as I've dealt with it too where I have to remove color correction (looks like you have Lumetri). Try taking it off the clip and make an adjustement layer and apply it to that. If you've done that then do the opposite and rerender.

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