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    Encoding/Rendering - Glitchy - Audio w/video using premier pro

    Hello. Perhaps someone could explain this to me. I'm editing some video with Premiere Pro. The vide already comes with sound (dialogue, etc). I imported a wav file and tried to render the movie but it was very glitchy. WIthout the audio, it was perfectly smooth. Can anyone explain why this is happening? I have no clue as to how I'm going to fix this.

    I'm running a Intel P4 2.0 with 256 ddr. Thanks.

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    Re: Encoding/Rendering - Glitchy - Audio w/video using premier pro

    Quote Originally Posted by cle.arodef
    I'm editing some video with Premiere Pro......I'm running a Intel P4 2.0 with 256 ddr. Thanks.
    this i think is your answer, your system may be to slow to deal with full qaulity video files whilst running a large application like premier pro.

    There are a couple of things that can help to alleviate this problem
    Buy more ram, i wouldn't be attempting to edit video with anything less than 2gb of ram. get a second hard drive or partition your existing one so that the video files are going to a seperate location than the application os OS this will also help if you increase the space available for the computers swap file. Invest in a quality video capture card, one that will take the rendering load off the CPU which is otherwise expected to capture and render the video as well as running premeir and the operating system and any other applications you may have open, is it any wonder you start to get glitch video, the only other option for the short term would be break the video into really small chunks to free up processor power or capture the video and the audio seperately and then sync them up in editing but i don't really know that this will fix your problem.

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    Re: Encoding/Rendering - Glitchy - Audio w/video using premier pro

    It looks like you have plenty of Processor and no where near enough memory. Skyman's suggestion of a second drive for the A/V or media files is also important, it should be at least 7200 RPM so it will play the video and audio stream back without problems.
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