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Mar
24
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
Once I was doing complicated work in Fusion on a comp with 2GB ram. Fusion would always crash during export after a few minutes. I checked the settings in Fusion and noticed that it was set to use 70% RAM. I lowered it to 65% and then all was fine. Since Fusion thought it could use 70% of RAM, it would request that much, but Windows & other apps had reserved in excess of 30%, so it wasn't actually there for the taking. I suggest trying my original uncompressed AVI method but first see what's the largest chunk you can successfully render, and then render the whole thing in chunks of that size.
Mar
23
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
What's your virtual memory/paging file setting? And during your render, what other apps are running?
Mar
22
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
You're better off conforming your clips to NTSC DV Wide i.e. 720x480. 720p is a lot of interpolation. Also, I just realized something. So far, I hadn't clicked on the link to your thread at Adobe. Till now I thought the render was getting stuck towards the end since you mention the estimated time left as 5 sec, but it's actually getting stuck at 10% completed. This strongly hints at a hardware bottleneck or configuration issue rather than a codec or file format or preset issue.
Mar
22
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
So I imported your clip into CS5.5 with project settings as DV 24p widescreen. Added a color curves effect and rendered to NTSC DVD @ 24 fps format. Worked fine. So without knowing more about Elements or your sys config, I can't help you out. FWIW, your cam is essentially recording NTSC DV Widescreen but in square pixels, and with a customized variant of H.264 codec called Ambarella AVC. So as a last ditch effort, you can try project settings of DV 24 or DV NTSC (both widescreen) to see if that works.
Mar
20
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Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
One final suggestion for now: use 1280x720 as settings but with 60 fps as timebase. If that doesn't work, upload one of the smaller clips and I'll have a look tomorrow.
Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
No, first, you need to change project settings to match the clips. If you can't do that, open a new project with those settings and copy-paste the timeline. Next, you're still selecting a compression codec "Microsoft Video 1". Instead, it should be 'Uncompressed' or 'None'. I use Pro CS5.5, not Elements, so our options may not match. Also, keep field type to none or progressive.
Mar
19
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Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
OK. Assuming your raw footage is 848x480 @ 60fps; change project settings to match clip properties. Then render video only to uncompressed Microsoft AVI (not DV AVI) with pixel aspect as square pixels (1.0) and keep resolution as 848x480. Keep frame rate as 60. BTW, make sure your footage is interpreted as 60fps. Check this by right-clicking the clip in media bin and going to 'interpret footage'. Hopefully this gets rendered without crashing.
Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
Are you producing your video for upload to Youtube?
Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
Provide the render settings for the AVI as well.
Mar
19
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
can you post screenshots of your project settings and of your render settings?
Mar
19
answered What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
Mar
18
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
ok: here's a workaround which tries to avoid the original error without trying to solve it. Render your entire project to uncompressed AVI with audio codec PCM/16/48k/2.0 and video resolution as the final intended resolution. Keep the frame rate as 24. Then load the rendered AVI in AVIdemux, and convert the audio-video to MPEG4-AVC/AAC MP4 or whatever.
Mar
18
comment What's the right project profile for my WVGA60 videos in Premiere Elements 10?
You haven't mentioned any details of the rendered output target such as resolution, file format, video codec, audio codec..etc. Just the fact that your rendering crashes at 5 seconds before completion suggests file format issues, but we'll need more details to know for sure.
Mar
13
comment Filming a football game from inside the goal. Which camera is best?
uh, American football or soccer?
Mar
12
answered How can I add a transition between two cuts of the same clip in Premiere Pro CS5?
Mar
6
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Mar
4
revised Rendering video with pixel aspect ratio 0.9091 (in premiere CS5.5)
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Mar
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