I installed DMFS, and ran it once no problem. Possibly twice, I don't entirely recall. However, now, whenever I go to Export>Media, or press Ctrl-M, nothing happens. I tried rebooting, and reinstalling both Premiere and DMFS, but no dice.
Is there another frameserver I can use, or a way to fix this issue?
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Seems as if it's not an uncommon problem, according to this thread:
(Last post might be helpful)
Might be worth dropping the author a line? - via the contact details at the bottom of this page:
It's already been reported by several people. The workaround doesn't work, either. The dialog only pops up when the file is renamed. Naming it back just breaks the export dialog again.
For now, I've just got it set up in AME, and I can just keep starting it up every time I need to. It seems like it'll let me bring up everything except the output filetype, so hopefully it'll work.
Is there another Frameserver I can use? DMF has suddenly decided that my sequence is one minute and one second long, regardless of how long it actually is, so it's cutting off longer sequences and I'm ending up with a lot of black at the end of the shorter ones.