Premiere pro rendered file is twice the length than the actual project time

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i am a premiere pro basic-intermediate user so im not quite sure why this is happening 😞 my project is like 1 min & 31 seconds long. i rendered it and played it back to double check the timings. when i export it, it's 3 mins and the video portion is basically slowed down but the timings of the audio is fine! tried googling the solution but to no avail! i did use posterize time on an adjustment layer.. but im thinking this should be the cause since the rendered preview is correct, but the exported file is wrong : ( 

 

trying to export it as H.264, i tried diff settings of this but they all turned out the same.. hope someone can solve this

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Premiere pro rendered file is twice the length than the actual project time

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i am a premiere pro basic-intermediate user so im not quite sure why this is happening 😞 my project is like 1 min & 31 seconds long. i rendered it and played it back to double check the timings. when i export it, it's 3 mins and the video portion is basically slowed down but the timings of the audio is fine! tried googling the solution but to no avail! i did use posterize time on an adjustment layer.. but im thinking this should be the cause since the rendered preview is correct, but the exported file is wrong : ( 

 

trying to export it as H.264, i tried diff settings of this but they all turned out the same.. hope someone can solve this

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Hello,

 

Sorry to hear about this. Please try these changes in the Export Settings and check if it's exporting properly. Navigate to Export Settings > Video tab > Encoding Settings > set Performance to Software Encoding. Once these changes are made, try to export and let us know if it works.

if it doesn't work please post a screenshot showing the export settings that you're using and the sequence settings  and i want you to check also if you have the latest version of premiere.

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