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#1 Dave McFadden

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 12:23 PM

When I try to render a video in video wave it stops at 99%. I did a search online for solutions and found that if you click "normalize audio" it is supposed to work then. It does not. I even upgraded from Pro 4 to Pro 5 and it still doesn't work. HELP!



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Posted 17 November 2016 - 12:28 PM

When I try to render a video in video wave it stops at 99%. I did a search online for solutions and found that if you click "normalize audio" it is supposed to work then. It does not. I even upgraded from Pro 4 to Pro 5 and it still doesn't work. HELP!

 

 

You will have to tell us a lot more about your project before we can offer any help.

What are your source files, what format is your output? Why are you using "normalize audio"? Where does it tell you to use "normalize"?



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Posted 17 November 2016 - 12:36 PM

When I try to render a video in video wave it stops at 99%. I did a search online for solutions and found that if you click "normalize audio" it is supposed to work then. It does not. I even upgraded from Pro 4 to Pro 5 and it still doesn't work. HELP!

 

Tell us about your project.  What kind of video are you starting with, what did you want for output?  How long is it?  Have you added any special effects - transitions, etc?  

You may want to try deleting that last section (or at least part of it) to see if there is there is an problem at that point.

 

Any error messages or does it just hang?

 

Did you look at the rendered video to see if the render actually finished but didn't show it? 


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