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Jesse Juhlke December 29th, 2009 02:29 PM

Adobe Media Encoder .FLV Encoding Problem - Premiere Pro 2.0
 
Hello,

I have been exporting a large number of .flv's for a client via the built-in Adobe Media Encoder in Premiere Pro 2.0 - with much success, except for one sequence that causes Premiere to shut down 62% into the export process. Also; exporting as a Microsoft .AVI from the same timeline, the same problem occurs.

OS Specs:
Windows XP Pro SP2

Software:
Premiere Pro 2.0

Timeline Specs:
Video is .AVI with MP3 audio (since Premiere Pro has poor support for MP3 audio encoding in .AVI's, I used Virtual Dub to save a .WAV audio file from the original .AVI, and dropped the .WAV into the timeline. When I import the original .AVI into Premiere, the audio was missing because it was MP3. This is the format that I received the original files in). I did this for the other 3 of the 4 videos received in this format (.AVI with MP3 audio), and they exported to .FLV successfully.

I'm thinking it is a corrupt file (eventhough the original .AVI plays back in Windows Media Player successfully).

All advice is greatly appreciated. This problem is new to me.

Thanks,

Jesse

Peter Manojlovic December 30th, 2009 10:12 PM

Hey Jesse...
Welcome to the forums...

First of all...congratulations on using a Flash encode on CS2.0..Being an older an unsupported version, and Flash being newer, and updated constantly, i'm surprised you could get anything done efficiently.

Quote:

When I import the original .AVI into Premiere, the audio was missing because it was MP3.
I believe the .MP3 is/was corrupted. Premiere does a fine job decoding, and exporting .MP3's out to .WAV's. The Vdub step is unnecessary..
As a side note, Premiere Pro was initially, and to some degree, still a DV editor. The .AVI's therefore would have uncompressed .WAV files for audio as it's source...

Also, i'd strongly suggest in getting a newer, and better compressor for Flash, that's more recent, and gives you way better options, than what was bundled with CS2.0....

Good luck, and sorry i couldn't fix your issues..


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