I have been using Premier Rush for a few months now making short videos for TikTok. I have recently tried to make longer videos of gameplay to upload to YouTube, but after rendering, the videos only play for 5-10 minutes and then skip to the end of the video like it is over. In particular, I've rendered a 42 minute video several times and each time it will play a certain amount (first it was 6:50, then 4:29 etc) and then skip to the very end like it has finished playing. I don't understand why it's doing this as all I have done is added a short slide at the beginning with a bit of text on it. The video file plays fine before putting it into adobe.
Can you provide a little more detail:
—What is the platform you're using (Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, or Android)?
—Have you checked to ensure that your project has FULLY SYNCED before edit/rendering? (Look for the Sync circle indicator and make sure it goes full circle and then disappears before editing.)
I am having the same issue, too. The video is fully synced, but it stops encoding properly after 10:32 or so. I can click through my video post-render and see bits and pieces of what's supposed to be there, but it always defaults to 10:32 after clicking anywhere passed that mark. I have a 35 minute video I would really like to upload.
I am using a PC and I have never seen a "sync circle" on this application, where is it located and what does it look like?
I'm using the mobile app. It syncs automatically for me after initial upload and after changes are made. It's just a circular blue bar that fills as it updates.
Hi there – gameplay footage is known to cause some issues in editing apps. There are some solutions listed in this article for Premiere Pro that should also work for Premiere Rush: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/faq-issues-with-screen-recorded-footage-in-premiere-pro/...