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Exporting Problem in Premire

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Nov 12, 2020

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Exporting videos to .mp4 is not working. At first I thought it was an issue with resolution. So I checked to see if rendering at a lower quality would work. Reduced from 1080 to 720. Then I noticed that there were THREE  separate files rendering out instead of just the one.  Has this happened to anyone else and has anyone figured out a solution since 14.5 launched?

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Exporting Problem in Premire

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Exporting videos to .mp4 is not working. At first I thought it was an issue with resolution. So I checked to see if rendering at a lower quality would work. Reduced from 1080 to 720. Then I noticed that there were THREE  separate files rendering out instead of just the one.  Has this happened to anyone else and has anyone figured out a solution since 14.5 launched?

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it's possible that the render is not completing properly.  I think that premiere divides a large file up in to several sections and exports each separately and then combines them when the export is finished.  What are the extensions for the files?

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and make sure the drive your exporting to is formatted correctly for the file size.   fat32 has about a 4 gig file size limitation.  NTFS, MacOSExtnede, ExFat all have much larger file size limitations...

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