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    Question footage speeded up after export

    hi all, i have an bit of a problem, i do my edit in premier pro 1.5 export it using matrox realtime to disk.

    when i come to do the encore project the .m2v is speeded up, it burns it speeded up, ive checked the file in media player, and it is definately too fast.

    so i open premier and play the timeline, there its fine, this does not happen all the time, any thoughts on why it would do that.

    im assuming its to do with the export settings.

    Regards
    Craig
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    Dell Precision 670 MiniTower - Dual Xeon 2.8GHz/800MHz/2MB,
    2GB DDR2 400 ECC Dual Channel Memory
    Hard Drive 80GB (7,200rpm) SATA
    2nd 250GB SATA Hard Drive
    Dual 19in UltraSharp tft\'s
    Matrox RX100 Extreme
    Premire pro

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    It may well be export settings. Maybe if you told us what setting syou actually used we might be able to help.

    It's been a while since I did a Matrox realtime export to disk so can't remember what the settings available to you are. Can you provide a (or multiple) screenshot so we can see what preset you've used if any.

    AQlso, how much is it speeded up? You never said. Just a little or by loads? I'm wondering if it;s just a frame rate thing. i.e. PAL footage played back at NTSC rates (or is it the other way around?) will be about a quarter faster again than they should be.

    Details please.

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    hi, this is the system

    Dell Precision 670 MiniTower - Dual Xeon 2.8GHz/800MHz/2MB,
    2GB DDR2 400 ECC Dual Channel Memory
    Hard Drive 80GB (7,200rpm) SATA
    2nd 250GB SATA Hard Drive
    Dual 19in UltraSharp tft\'s
    Matrox RX100 Extreme
    Premire pro


    Chipset = 525 Workstation Memory Controller Hub (C1-step)

    if i use export movie, it comes out ok but lower quality.
    its only on realtime to disk, and only for this project
    its probably twice as fast as it should be

    the project has dv, bmp's audio files(music) titles and a few wipes, its about 90 mins long

    it looks like its a setting for this project only, but i cant work it out

    Craig
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    Dell Precision 670 MiniTower - Dual Xeon 2.8GHz/800MHz/2MB,
    2GB DDR2 400 ECC Dual Channel Memory
    Hard Drive 80GB (7,200rpm) SATA
    2nd 250GB SATA Hard Drive
    Dual 19in UltraSharp tft\'s
    Matrox RX100 Extreme
    Premire pro

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    For this type of proboplem the propject setting sare going to much more critical than your system spec.

    You still haven't said how much the movie is speeded up.

    What si the fps of the clips in quewstion and what is the fs of the project settings. If they are not the same you might get a speed change. i.e. playing back a 25fps movie at 30fps will speed it up a bit. With me?

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