I am having trouble exporting a video recently completed in Premiere Pro. The video plays normally all the way through in my timeline in Premiere and when I go to export, it will say video exported successfully, but when I go to play the exported file, it start out playing normally and then mid-way through playback, the video glitches out and freezes. I am exporting with the h.264 codec.
So far, I have tried all of the following solutions with no luck: simply re-exporting without changing settings, exporting in Media Encoder instead of Premiere, replacing the clip it glitches on, exporting with a different codec, copying all clips to a new Premiere project file, switching renderer from Metal to OpenCL, and exporting on a different computer.
I am using Premiere Pro 15.0.0. Is this a known issue with this version of Premiere?
2017 iMac Pro
3.2 GHz 8-core Intel Xeon W
64 GB DDR4 Memory
Radeon Pro Vega 64 16 GB
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Thanks for the suggestion. I may have actually just solved my own issue. I've been trying to export to a NAS network drive. I decided to try exporting directly to my desktop and that worked successfully. It may have been a network issue.
I've run into this same issue, and I found the same workaround helped in the short term (thanks for posting the update OP - these things really help!). That said, in the long term, exporting everything to a "local" drive isn't really a good solution for us - previous versions of Premiere never had this issue, its only been this latest version.
We rely on being able to export h264s to our NAS, so it's really worrying that this bug has crept in. Our other formats (ProRes, OP1A MXF, PNG etc) work fine, so I don't believe, at least in our case, it's a network issue. Any chance Adobe is looking into a fix for this? This is a game breaker preventing us from using the latest version, so would love to hear if it's a bug they're investigating.
I had same problem.
I clicked ctrl+M, clicked export, result - jerky footage. Regardless any settings effect was the same.
Then tried another way - on export window I clicked "queue", then clicked play in encoder, boom - great footage, no problem.
I have also had this issue when exporting to a QNAP NAS. Interestingly, I don't have the issue when exporting a ProRes Quicktime - only H.264 MP4s. I replicated this on two different computers, and also have corrupt exports when using Media Encoder to convert the ProRes files to H.264. I agree that exporting to desktop is only a temporary solution, and hope that Adobe can address.
Mac over here.