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Premiere created 16 min of black following a 1 minute video - why?

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I created a 1:04 video from stills on a PC. When exported, the file is followed by ~ 16 minutes of black. It's not there on the master. Any ideas how to solve? 

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Premiere created 16 min of black following a 1 minute video - why?

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I created a 1:04 video from stills on a PC. When exported, the file is followed by ~ 16 minutes of black. It's not there on the master. Any ideas how to solve? 

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Let me move this to the Premiere Pro forum for you, which may be the appropriate forum for your question. If you meant Premiere Elements or Premiere Rush, please respond and another moderator will move you to the appropriate forum.

The Using the Community forum is for help in using the Adobe Support Community forums, not for help with specific programs. Product questions should be posted in the associated product community.

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Sorry! Thank you for your help.

 

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are you sure you don't have a clip 17 minutes down in the timeline?  If you hit shift-z (at least with my keybaord setup) you'll see the entire sequence.  If you've got a lot of black past all your media, there's usually a small clip there.  If you want, you can always mark an in and out in the timeline and then export in to out...

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Also, you can hit the t key ( on my keyboard setup) which will select everything from the playhead to the end of the timeline and hit delete...  

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... also check you do not have an in and out marker on your sequence. Go to the Markers menu and select  'Clear in and out'.

Assuming that you do not have a rogue clip somewhere in your timeline as mgrenadier suggests

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