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robinkayrosmarin!2 [Avatar]
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I'm trying to prouduce my poweredirector video to a 1080 HD video, but no matter what I do it stops producing at 22% and then times out.
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We'd need a lot more info to help you out, as there are tens of thousands of variables in play. The most critical involve your source clips, the computer you're working on, and which output profile you're producing to.

The last one is the easiest, so please take a screenshot of the Produce page when you're ready to click Start, and use the Attachments button (below the forum's text box) to upload it here:



That may give us enough info to help, but it would also be a good idea to follow the steps in the Read Me Before Posting sticky thread and run the DxDiag test. Attach the results here, so we can see what drivers are installed and make sure the other technical details are set up correctly for producing.

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Quote We'd need a lot more info to help you out, as there are tens of thousands of variables in play. The most critical involve your source clips, the computer you're working on, and which output profile you're producing to.

The last one is the easiest, so please take a screenshot of the Produce page when you're ready to click Start, and use the Attachments button (below the forum's text box) to upload it here:



That may give us enough info to help, but it would also be a good idea to follow the steps in the Read Me Before Posting sticky thread and run the DxDiag test. Attach the results here, so we can see what drivers are installed and make sure the other technical details are set up correctly for producing.
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optodata
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Ok. You're using PD Mobile, and that changes everything.

I don't have much experience with the app, since everything I do is with the desktop version. Please start a new post in the PD Mobile forum, and hopefully other experienced members can assist you there.

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I have this problem too now. I'm using Power Director Mobile. It stops producing sometime at 20% then it goes back to project. I tried many times but it always stops.
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Quote I'm trying to prouduce my poweredirector video to a 1080 HD video, but no matter what I do it stops producing at 22% and then times out.


I have a similar Issue on the latest release of PD from google play store.

I am using Samsung Galaxy Tab A on Android 10. My project gets to 18% and cancels out with the message that it cannot be produced due to an encoding error.

I have had this issue before on a previous version of the app, clearing caches and ending background processes worked last time and allowed me to produce the project.

This time I have done the same, cleared caches on all aps, ended background processes. rebootrd the tablet and even uninstalled/reinstalled the app, but the project still remains stuck at 18%.

The video file I am editing is an MP4, With a few text add ins and 2 short soundbites from PDs own library.

Any ideas welcome given I have sent a feedback email and not had a reply
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Sounds like you've done all the right things. Try producing to a different output profile, and if you still have the issue, try replacing the MP4 clip to see if that's what's causing the problem. If that's not it, try removing all the other items one at a time as that will at least narrow down the cause of the problem.

If you're comfortable sharing the media clips, you can upload the project pack to Google Drive (from the main screen) then paste a shareable link here so other people can see what happens on their systems.
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Quote Sounds like you've done all the right things. Try producing to a different output profile, and if you still have the issue, try replacing the MP4 clip to see if that's what's causing the problem. If that's not it, try removing all the other items one at a time as that will at least narrow down the cause of the problem.

If you're comfortable sharing the media clips, you can upload the project pack to Google Drive (from the main screen) then paste a shareable link here so other people can see what happens on their systems.


I've tried other large MP4 files, tried removing every add in one by one, text and music clips. Also tried outputting in everything from 360p upwards and no joy. It seems that it will only produce MP4s under 30 secs long now. To be honest, I lost patience after trying since yesterday. I have had to move over to Adobe Premiere Rush to finish the video in the targeted time frame, but I will test some more and maybe upload the project to Drive as you suggest.

Thanks for the reply.

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