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    Good advice here, Christian. Thanks for your contributions: en pointe.

     

    Thanks,
    Kevin


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    I rendered In to Out, the whole video before Exporting.


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    Danger Stripes? Can you please post a screenshot of it?

     

    The only things that comes to mind is missing effects. Also the steps you applied and the ones that worked point to the same direction. If danger stripes is what I think it is, then you have applied some 3rd effects on those clips that they don't exist anymore since you upgraded. Do you have any effects applied to clips with danger stripes? 3rd party or not?


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    FK_ARTS,

    I'm recording mountain bike videos using a GoPro Hero 5 Session recording at 2.7K, 30 FPS. I don't know anything about anything... I'm just doing this because it was suggested in my research.

     

    Those are pretty good settings for action style videos.

     

    I'm exporting for Youtube 1080HD. Should I just shoot in 1080 to begin with? What difference will it make?

     

    Your situation is rather a toss up.

     

    It would also be a fine choice to merely shoot in HD. Feel free to shoot in 1080p.

     

    That said, shooting in a larger frame size for finishing in HD is a good idea if you want the capability of "reframing" your shot, which action sports people often want to do.

     

    Shooting in HD would not give you that freedom, however, it would create clips that would be easier to edit on your computer with.

     

    Hope that helps.

     

    Thanks,
    Kevin


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    Seems like maybe the computer hardware is lacking, what are the specs? No way it should take so long.

     

    Try just using the YouTube 1080p29.97 preset found under H.264 rather than making up your own settings, and check no options (Max Render, Max Depth, Use Previews) just export using original preset.

     

    Part of what is extending the export time is the scaling since Source and Export settings differ (1440p to 1080p). If you're computer has a qualified GPU, then make sure that GPU Accelerated Rendering in enabled.

     

    Thanks

     

    Jeff


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    I'm also having this same exact issue, as are several of the people below.  Seems like it might be something bigger than a bug.  Do the Adobe gurus have any sort of solution for this yet? 

     

    Thanks!


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    SamW,

    Sorry for this frustration.

     

    "Danger Stripes" occur if you ingested the footage without the requisite metadata. If you didn't ingest by copying the entire contents of your CF card to your hard drive and then importing via Media Browser, this can happen. Clips might be identically named, and Premiere Pro cannot discern which clip is which if there is no corresponding metadata.

     

    More info: Importing media files into Premiere Pro 

     

    Hope the info assists you.

     

    Thanks,
    Kevin


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    I have been out of town and am just trying this again. 
    I was playing around and accidentally uploaded one clip which uploaded without any problems.  Then I tried uploading a whole folder.  It gave me the spinning ball and I had to force quit.  So, I can get clips uploaded if I do them one at a time, which will take forever...
    Any suggestions on what I can do to get them in quicker?


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    Hi,

    Rendering in to out won't help much unless you have the system set up right for smart rendering. You need to check Sequence > Sequence Settings. Set the Editing Mode to "Custom." Change Sequence Settings to ProRes or Cineform. Then render in to out. On export, use the same codec as you rendered previews with. Finally, enable "Use Previews" on export. That would really speed up your exports.

     

    Thanks,
    Kevin


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    Which camera are these from? Did you perform the steps outlined in my blog?

     

    Thanks,

    Kevin


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    I feel your pain!


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    agness,

    Sorry for the frustration.

     

    I have recently converted some team projects to regular premiere projects and am finding that once that is done the file path is missing and batch re-linking is not possible.

     

    The clips might be missing metadata. Which camera did they come from? Did the media come from a CF card? Did you transfer the entire contents of the CF card to the computer's media drive? Did you import via the Media Browser?

     

    Let us know.


    Thanks,
    Kevin


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    I'm trying to install Premiere Pro 2019 by Creative Cloud, but I recieve 2018 version.
    What I need to fix it ?
    My creative cloud and apps is "up to dated"


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    Do not pre-render the video, that will not help whatsoever since Sequence is 1440 and Export is 1080, all getting re-done anyway at export. And I don't even usually recommend pre-render anyway since depending on settings used, the quality of the preview render may drag down the finished (exported) quality when "Use Previews" is checked.

     

    Also, when check-boxes are not checked by default, that means that for most users, they are not needed - they only get checked in certain circumstances. If everybody needed them, they wouldn't be optional. So that's just a good rule to follow, don't check things if you don't fully understand what they do.

     

    Now about those computer specs, what do you have there?

     

    Thanks

     

    Jeff


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    Do you have any scaling applied to that screen?


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    Do you have the required Mac or Windows operating system version?

     

    If you don't have the correct operating system, you can't use the newest programs

     

    Minimum System requirements for Cloud Programs... scroll down and check each program

    -http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/system-requirements.html


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    If Premiere Pro is not showing up for 2019, it means it can’t be installed on your computer.

     

    Tell us your computer stats, including operating system.

     

    I’ll move this to the appropriate forrum.

     

    ~ Jane


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    Working in the Apple system right now would seem to be a right ... pain. Ah well.

     

    I'm not sure how far they work the 'accuracy' of the Export dialog. To be clear about that.

     

    Second, I don't know anything about what got the image 'there'. Do you have LUTs applied?

     

    Next ... when you export, with "Import into Project" checked in the export dialog ... does it come back into Pr looking the same as it did before export?

     

    Neil


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    Discussion successfully moved from Adobe Creative Cloud to Premiere Pro CC


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    Kevin,

     

    Didn't mean to contradict you on the pre-render thing, our posts are overlapping and hadn't seen yours yet when I posted. In the past, on a PC (don't know what poster is using), the default Preview codec was MPEG and the general rule was to NOT check Use Previews since those temp render files were not that good.

     

    I know Mac allows ProRes previews, and perhaps with latest Premiere supporting ProRes maybe available for PC preview as well? Haven't tried 2019 yet to look.

     

    But anyway, given the fact that the Sequence is 1440p and Export is 1080p, Use Previews would have limited benefit in my opinion. If video was effects-heavy, then I suppose it could help some, but still has to be scaled and transcoded for final output. And really, you have to pay the piper either way to render effects. You can pay that time penalty in a pre-render, or just Export and let it all happen there, but there is no free ride, the effects needs to be rendered either way. So yeah, pre-rendering could speed up final export, but at the expense of the pre-rendering time, so nothing gained right?

     

    I think there's a mindset from Mac editors using a ProRes/QuickTime workflow that the smart-rendering business would kick in for them on export, but not supported on the PC side historically. Probably changing more recently and I'm just a geezer than needs to catch up, huh? Old school....

     

    Thanks

     

    Jeff


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