Learn How To Fix Adobe Premier Elements 11 Error While Rendering Clips

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Hi, So I’m new to editing and am just starting to work with video editing software. I’ve been trying to render simple effects like the ‘cross’ and ‘fade’ on Adobe Premier Elements. After compiling, an error screen pops up, “Error compiling movie. Unknown Error.” Please help on this. Thanks

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Learn How To Fix Adobe Premier Elements 11 Error While Rendering Clips

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Hello. This is a fairly common error and generally ‘restarting your computer’ can fix this because it frees up the system resources. If the problem persists, try rendering the output file into a different format like an AVI file or a QuickTime movie.
You can also try to divide your sequence into small bits and then render/export each bit one by one to find the root of the error. If the error is occurring in only one effect, then remove that effect and render again. In the end, you can also fix the problem by turning the GPU rendering On/Off.

Answered By 0 points N/A #296129

Learn How To Fix Adobe Premier Elements 11 Error While Rendering Clips

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Hello. This is a fairly common error and generally ‘restarting your computer’ can fix this because it frees up the system resources. If the problem persists, try rendering the output file into a different format like an AVI file or a QuickTime movie.
You can also try to divide your sequence into small bits and then render/export each bit one by one to find the root of the error. If the error is occurring in only one effect, then remove that effect and render again. In the end, you can also fix the problem by turning the GPU rendering On/Off.

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Learn How To Fix Adobe Premier Elements 11 Error While Rendering Clips

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In video editing or when using a video editor, if you receive an error at the end of your editing when you are about to render or save your work, check your source video for corrupt frames. I encounter this error a lot the moment I’m saving the final output. During the saving, the video editor sometimes freezes and sometimes displays an error and the saving is halted.

No matter how many times I try to save my work, it keeps ending with the same error. When I check the source video, I see several corrupt frames. What I mean by corrupt frame, the frame or image shows discolored and pixelated portions. You can scan the source video for corrupt frames by moving the slider slowly from the begging to the end.

This is quite tedious especially for long videos. When you found a corrupt frame, mark the beginning and the end of the frame and delete that frame.

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