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My sequence renders and when I click EXPORT, it renders again.

New Here ,
Oct 04, 2023 Oct 04, 2023

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I'm using Rush for work, on a Dell - I've attached the system info. 

I know it takes a lot to run video editing software but this is ridiculous. After I edited my first sequence, I went to Share > Local Files > to my PC (not to any cloud-related service). Rush then renders, which for a 45:00 sequence took about 1:12:00 to render. When I click Export, it starts rendering again, ad infinitum. 

I tried signing out of my Adobe Cloud Suite account. I didn't reboot yet. But when I signed back in with all the updates, nothing changed. My boss expects me to have this in by morning !! Thanks so much for any help! KC

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 06, 2023 Oct 06, 2023

Hi @KC from NY,

Thanks for the added details. Info like that is very helpful. Your problem is twofold: An underpowered computer and media which difficult for such a computer to handle. You can do one or both things: update computer hardware to be closer to the recommended specs on the system requirements document or transcode the media. The latter may be good enough for you to complete your project right now.

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 05, 2023 Oct 05, 2023

Hi @KC from NY,

What kind of footage are you editing with? Is it 4K? If that is the case, your system appears to be somewhat underpowered.

 

Let us know.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Hi @KC from NY,

What kind of footage are you editing with? Is it 4K? If that is the case, your system appears to be somewhat underpowered.

 

Let us know.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Thanks for getting back to me so fast, Kevin! I was working with an mp4 file. Not sure if it's 4K or not - but I don't think so because these were recordings generated from an MS Teams meeting. I am going to get my work PC upgraded with max RAM, but not sure if the processer is fast enough - hopefully you saw all of my system info in my attachment.

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Hi @KC from NY,

Thanks for the added details. Info like that is very helpful. Your problem is twofold: An underpowered computer and media which difficult for such a computer to handle. You can do one or both things: update computer hardware to be closer to the recommended specs on the system requirements document or transcode the media. The latter may be good enough for you to complete your project right now.

 

An MS Teams recording is likely to have a variable frame rate, which is unsuitable for editing video projects. Get that file and run it through Adobe Media Encoder and transcode it to an editing codec, like ProRes LT. If space is a concern, then transcode it back to H.264, which in Media Encoder, will produce a file with a constant frame rate. If you don't have Media Encoder, try the shareware called Shutter Encoder. It works great and many editors use that all the time to transcode the footage.

 

I hope the advice helps.

 

Thanks.
Kevin

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