Export Problem Solved (new problem)

I had posted earlier about export problem it was a silly mistake as i had kept hide extention on dats y it happened
Now problem is when i export the exported video has some pixcels and it hangs in between dunno wats wrong

What's a pixcel?
Pixel?
All video has pixels.
Seriously, your question is completely incomprehensible.

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