I am having an issue where my timeline looks perfect but then when I export my video where I have placed cross-dissolve the video freezes (as a static image) behind the next image which is a png still.
My timeline is a video with png images placed above the video with cross-dissolve's on the start and end of each image. (Very very simple video)
I have tried to fix it several times and am on my 7th Export.
I replaced all the cross-dissolve's with a new one. I put white blocks behind the image, I cut the video behind the image and made it invisible and removed the cross-dissolve's on the images ( in this export where the image should the video froze and did not even show the image at all ). I tried making the images jpg's, but then, premier pro did not read the images differently and put 1 image over all the images.
My temporary fix was to remove all the images, place that sequence onto a new sequence and re-add all the image with no cross-dissolve.
I am working on the latest version of Premiere Pro.
Editing, Effects and Titles, Error or problem, Export, Freeze or hang
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