Panky wrote:The "out of memory" error I guess is because of some kind of memory corruption from the part of Avisynth, you can "play" around with
Mysterious Pharaoh wrote:
It didn't include media encoder.
mirkosp wrote:Try to change the SetMemoryMax(8) to SetMemoryMax(1024). Sounds like you aren't giving it enough ram. Removing it entirely might 'cause memory leaks otoh, but it could also work.
I'll also guess that yeah, exporting as Microsoft AVI (and perhaps "None" instead of selecting a codec) would help. I know it helped me in the past on CS3.
mirkosp wrote:Heh, you gotta bite the bullet and exports in small segments of a few seconds each and put everything together. I had to do so myself in the past on big projects.
Mysterious Pharaoh wrote:mirkosp wrote:Heh, you gotta bite the bullet and exports in small segments of a few seconds each and put everything together. I had to do so myself in the past on big projects.
What's a pain Do all premiere users do that?
But my project is 1 minute is it that big?!
Seems like I'm going to use losses AVI. And the media encoder doesn't have AVI code, right?
Just a last question, isn't there a way to use AVS files? or at least what's the maximum number of AVS files i can use?
And if i want to buy a new laptop, what's the features that may let premiere open AVS files without crashing?
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