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Old December 29th, 2009, 03:29 PM   #1
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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
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Old December 30th, 2009, 11:12 PM   #2
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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.

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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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