Adobe Video Encoder really has bugs

December 21, 2008 at 14:05:38
Specs: Windows XP Professional, Quad Core Q6600
I made a nice 2 minuite video and I want to save my video to FLV so that I can put it on YouTube without sacrifising quality. However, The damn software, Premiere Pro opens up Media Encoder and it ALWAYS CRASHES in the middle. Most of the time, it restarts my computer unexpectedly. It does not give me ANY ERROR MESSAGE, just says unknown error in the log.

Simple Question. How do I fix this? Isn't there another software which can encode instead of using the stupid Adobe Video Encoder? I am so stressed right now and I need someone out there that can help me fix my problem.

I have a ATI 4870 Graphics card on a not-very-good ASUS P5B-E motherboard with a Quad Core Q6600 processor. I also have 4 GB of PC6400 Memory and I have Windows XP Professional.

Please help me and Thank You.

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#1
December 21, 2008 at 14:49:40
I use 'Total Video Converter', it works very well and does do FLV format.

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December 21, 2008 at 15:23:44
Does Total Video Encoder work with Adobe Premiere Pro?

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#3
December 21, 2008 at 15:33:31
Sorry, I didn't read your post correctly.

Do you have to use Media Encoder? Won't Premier output a FLV file?

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Actually, I think you need to contact Adobe about your problem. By Media Encoder, I thought you meant 'Windows' media encoder. But I guess you meant Adobe's media encoder.


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January 8, 2009 at 12:40:06
I just found the solution! Adobe Media Encoder uses up ALL my processor usage and Since I have a Quad Core Q6600 and I overclocked my processor to around 3.2 GHz, Adobe Media Encoder is basically using up ALL that processor usage and since my processor is overheating, the system constantly crashes. Maybe I need a better cooler for my processor lol.

What I did is that, I unoverclocked my processor and now encoding media works flawlessly. :-)

I am however wonderring weather I can control the program from eating up all that processor usage. Possibly is there a way of setting how much cores it can use instead all 4 cores?

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