So after more testing, it seems that it is only happening when I render the preview for the timeline. Doesn't matter what codec I use. I have removed the video preview files and left the audio peak files, which reproduced the issue. However when I remove the peak files the issue doesn't show up.
So it seems like it's the audio render that is the cause. Though it seems to only crop up after I render the audio once, but then make changes. Since the audio render doesn't change it may be old preview files causing this. For the most part I can work without preview, though a few spots in this vid right now it'd be nice to render that part of the timeline beforehand...
I've been planning on upgrading to CS5 for a while. So for the time being I think I've found a workable work around. If I come across other fixes I'll let ya'll know in case anyone else gets this issue. Thanks for the help guys.
Discussion and help related to Adobe video software goes here. e.x. Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, etc.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: Exabot [Bot] and 2 guests