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After rendering my video the some of the videos go black

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Aug 31, 2020

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I had .mov timelapse videos. so i converted them using VLC to mp4 files because adobe wasnt letting me import them into it saying "import generic error",so I  imported them into adobe after converting them and edited the whole thing. Then I rendered the project. the screen only plays a black screen but lets say i added text, that all shows when playing. When i export it i exported it as h.264. I attached my sequence settings. Any .jpg images i added would show.

 

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After rendering my video the some of the videos go black

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I had .mov timelapse videos. so i converted them using VLC to mp4 files because adobe wasnt letting me import them into it saying "import generic error",so I  imported them into adobe after converting them and edited the whole thing. Then I rendered the project. the screen only plays a black screen but lets say i added text, that all shows when playing. When i export it i exported it as h.264. I attached my sequence settings. Any .jpg images i added would show.

 

Thank you in advance for your help

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Did you convert your timelapses to variable frame rate MP4s? These can be troublesome, try making a couple constant frame rate and see if they export correctly.

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Hey Mike, 

I sort of an ametuer like i can conver videos and understand about different conversions lol but now moving into frame rates can you just clarify it a bit? but i went to the settings for frame rate and i put same as source.

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Where did you get your timelapse MOVs? What frame-rate are they originally? if they are VFR then 'same as source' will keep them VFR. Use 'MediaInfo' app to interogate them. Also try using Handbrake instead of VLC to convert.

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You sir are a legend the handbrake did it for me. working in full now

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