I felt like the resolution to this needed its own thread since it seemed many were struggling with the QT freeze frame issue.
My solution for PC world:
- Delete all folders and files located in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\REDCINE
- Uninstall redcine
- Uninstall qt 7.4
- Install QT 7.31
- Install Redcine
- Export successfully
- Tears of Joy
Follow these simple rules:
Rule #1: No mixing source formats in the output of redcine, only load files of the same frames size and frame rate into the library. When I generated output which spanned 2 different formats it caused the single frame freeze after x# of frames issue for me. Also mixing formats in the library caused major instability in redcine for me - no probs if all files are of the same format.
Rule #2: The project format settings in Redcine must match the format of the source shots. If you are working with a 4k 2:1 file your project format setting must be 4k 2:1 - Having the project format settings set differently from the file format was the cause of the single frame QT output.
Rule #3: for maximum Redcine stability keep the QT player closed when working in Redcine and as I said before do not load source files with different formats into redcine.
No more frozen frames for me. Hope this helps anyone else out there trying to resolve this.