Encoding stuck at 46% Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020 (MAC)

New Here ,
Apr 10, 2020

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I am currently exporting a 1080p 29 min video in H.264 in Premiere Pro. The progress bar has been stuck at 46% for well over an hour now and doesn't seem to be moving up. I have tried restarting the rendering process several times and the outcome is the same.

 

I would appreciate any help I can get.

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Apr 10, 2020

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If you used stablizer and de-noiser a LOT then it may be working on processing that extremely difficult ( for computer ) stuff. Say what you are using for source and what your edit entails... re: effects, color, etc.

 

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New Here ,
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This is a rare video for me, as I am only using one effect, the zoom effect. Source is 1080p 23.8 fps

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 10, 2020

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What happens if you set the Format to QuickTime and set the Preset to Apple ProRes 422 HQ or GoPro CineForm and click Export?

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I could try that... But I would have to convert the file later. I'm planning on uploading this to YouTube.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You can, if you have a fast internet connection, upload the ProRes file directly to YouTube. But 29 minutes would be a huge file so maybe ProRes LT is a better choice.

 

Or, convert the file with Adobe Media Encoder.

 

The point of trying it is to trying to pin point the issue.

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Good idea I'll try that.

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Hey, did u manage to solve it?

Thanks

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