Encoding from Premiere Pro just cuts off after 10 minutes
Frage von Grintolix: September 2006
basis of the replies in the thread "final version on DVD - quality & very slight judder issue?" I'm on that problem encountered with Premiere. I wanted to turn out a project in Premiere MPEG2 encode and always stumble on the same problems.
Time after exactly 9:45 minutes (in the 2nd rendering pass), the progress bar remains just stand and gives me the following error message: "There was no video frame will be returned. Operation aborted"
Trial date: A new project created in Premiere (details below). Scenes (created by Szenalyser) imported. Film Length Test 1 (3.5 min) generated, no title, no music, no effects. > Encoding is successful, More scenes added - Movie Length Test 2 (4.5 min) generated, no title, no music, no effects> 1 Render pass ok> 2 Renderduchgang = error at 9:45 min More scenes added - Movie Length Test 3 (5.5 min), ditto ... test 2
Here again the results!
Test 1 Vidoesequenzen Total Movie Length: 3.5 minutes Duration: 1er Render Through approximately 4.5 min 2er rendering pass, 4.5 min> (total of 9 min)) ok> Everything fits!
Test 2 Vidoesequenzen Total Movie Length: 4.5 minutes Duration: Render 1er passage about 5:15 min 2er rendering pass, remains at a total of just 9:45 min, Vortschrittsbalken at frame 5904 are briefly> Error
Test 3 Vidoesequenzen Total Movie Length: 5:43 minutes Duration: 7:11 min 1er passage Render 2er rendering pass, remains at a total of just 9:45 min, Vortschrittsbalken at frame 3840 are briefly> Error
Canceling after about 10 minutes, I had previously been able to find about 5 attempts.
Here are the details:
System: PC: Medion Pentium 4 CPU 3.40GHz, 1.00 GB RAM about 20 GB of free space on C: Screen saver off
The film was shot with JVC GR-D20EX Film data (information from premerie): Type: AVI movie Resolution 720x576 Depth: 32 Frame Rate: 25.00 Audio 32000 Hz - 16 bit - stereo Average data rate: 3.56MB / s Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.067 Contains 1 video track (s) and 1 audio track (s) Interleave: 1: 2.00
Film transfer via Firewire with Adobe Premiere Pro V7.0 in DV-AVI format. Scene breakdown by Szenalyser.
Project Settings in Adobe Premiere Pro V7.0: When new data Project Otion following is selected: * DV-PAL> Standard 48kHz Information on the Project under Description: For editing with IEEE1394 (FireWire / i.LINK) DV devices. Standard NTSC video (4:3 interlace). 48 kHz (16 bit) audio. Common Editing mode: DV Playback Timebase: 25.00 fps Video settings Frame size: 720H576V (1,067) Frame Rate: 25.00 frames / second Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV PAL (1.067) Colors: 16.7 million colors Quality: 100 (of 100) Fields: Lower field first Audio Settings Sample rate: 48000 samples / second Recorder DV/IEEE1394-Recording Video Rendering DV (PAL) Colors: 16.7 million colors Standard sequence Video tracks total: 3 Nature of the master track: Stereo Mono tracks: 0 Stereo tracks: 3 5.1 Traces: 0 Submix mono tracks: 0 Submix stereo tracks: 0 Submix 5.1 tracks: 0
Sequences without titles, effects, sound, transitions encode tried to ... (See results above)
with the following window's under File> Export> Adobe Media Encoder (default settings, so nothing changed) Format: MPEG2 Default: PAL MPEG-2 Generic this display: Video Summary: Codec: MainConcept MPEG Video Video Type: MPEG-2 video Quality: 5.00 (high quality) TV standard: PAL Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Frame rate: 25 fps Profile: Main Profile MPEG-Level: Main Level Program Sequence: Interlaced Field order: Lower Bitrate Encoding: VBR (Variable Bit Rate) Encoding passes: 2 Target bit rate (Mbps): 4.2000 (low quality) Max bit rate (Mbps): 6.0000 (medium quality) Minimum Bit Rate (Mbps): 2.4990 (low quality) M Frames: 3 N frames: 12 Closed GOP every: 0 Makroblockquantisierung: 10 Size of the VBV buffer (2 KB): 112 Noise control: Ge
Antwort von Jörg:
Hi, typically provide the following sites: http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/330380.html
Can you rule out that here is a video file is broken - ie, this behavior is synonymous with other video files reproducible?
Have you tried out the times with material that is directly with AP7 been dubbed?
Do you have the time tested with material that has not been recorded at all - but only as long text with-or Farbdatein that have been produced in APP itself?
In sowas helps only careful testing. You can assume that other users do not have this problem - otherwise more people would know this already from the "10 minute bug" in Premiere.
Antwort von starbuck:
yes that exactly describes my problem. thanks, that would still try and post tomorrow, if it's worked.
Antwort von Jörg:
Hi, that will solve your problem synonymous, at least better than others, once again completely free Sinnfreie Beiträge.Kannst course hours in advance still synonymous. Gruß Jörg
Antwort von wolfgang:
... again completely Sinnfreie Beiträge.Kannst course synonymous test yet for hours before. Gruß Jörg
Why should he do the latter more? If knowledge is already in the database, the perfect solution to solve his stands bugs?
Do you have indeed done well, Jörg.
Antwort von Grintolix:
Thanks Joerg for your links. Has worked fine, now funzt it. However, it raises the same time further questions.
The movie length is 41 min
I'm taking premiere under File \ Export \ Adobe Media Encoder ... 3 Select the MPEG2 data types:
a. MPEG2 >> PAL MPEG-2 Generic
b. MPEG2-DVD >> PAL DV (High Quality 4MB 2 pass) >> PAL DV (High Quality 7MB 1 pass)
what shall or shall I choose? ... or should I create my own maybe even one type of data with its own details?
I had yesterday with MPEG2>> PAL encoded MPEG-2 Generic. Is it normal that the encoding took 2 hours? Is it normal that 41 minutes encoded movie "only" about 2GB is big?
Antwort von evita2067:
So the problem is solved. Among the other questions: The duration of the encoder depends on the settings used, the Performance of the computer and of course the skill from the encoder. 2 hours are there in the green zone. It is much faster, but I do not say anything about this, many a tear will come back to whether the Preises.Die size in order. At 41 minutes clip length, I would choose a data rate of 8000 kbps, which would then in CBR 1 Pass.Das laufen.Bei in all (?) Players, I take the data rate of VBR multipass distance, the delivered result is enough for me. Maybe you even do some experiments. Gruß Jörg
Antwort von Grintolix:
So the problem is solved.
Yes, super ... thanks again.
2 hours are there in the green zone. It is much faster, but I do not say anything about this, many a tear will come back to whether the Preises.Die size in order.
ok then .... I can keep going
... have the question deleted because Stefan has given me in the original thread to help.