I was just ready to output my movie after six months and a site told me to use the render manager to delete unused renders. I have used this process for the entire six months of this project with consistent success, even my first 140-minute roughcut. aba_smg says: 2015/04/30 at 12:14 THANK YOU SO MUCH BUT I"D ASK YOU ABUT RENDER IT IS TOO MUCH WITH THIS SETTING dan says: 2015/05/25 at 17:12 Worked a treat. Loading... Check This Out
Best wishes, Harry. Compressor is lazy and just follows the original dimensions but you don't want this - tell it to behave by using the geometry tab on the Inspector (the one with triangles, Please type your message and try again. Yes I should have said 'anything other...than the fixed values FCP is happy with in Pro Res' - I think I am right in saying if you have odd sizes in-between
Reply Quote Eric in LA Re: Getting Codec error msg when I try to render December 17, 2010 09:05PM Registered: 6 years ago Posts: 24 strypes Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do you Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Working...
Ben Holmes, Professional FCP editor since 2001Written 193w agoWhilst the files from DSLRs are viewable in FCP7 (as they are generally QuickTime wrappers) the codec is not one that FCP7 supports. Files change during your edit, so new files need to be rendered. Apple should hire you and make you the ceo. In almost all cases, you'll need to remove the clip causing problems and replace it with a new version.SUMMARYSolving a General Error problem is possible; it's just time-consuming.
Thank you! I had the following sequence setting, when I first tried to render and the following error message came up: Wrong setting: SOLUTION: I've changed the setting a little bit: H.264 to Since I wasn't too far along, just started new project and, importing same exact clips, they seem to work now.
I tried to render what was thought to be a normal ProRes 422 Quicktime clip created in SnapProX - it imported normally and even played in the browser but didn't render.
Disable any stock shots (select the clip and type Control+B) and re-render.4. In my experience it seems that once things start erroring there is very little that helps outside of a restart. ~ by ross on July 17, 2012. I'm not sure if you have any advice on this one but I'm getting a ‘General Error' that won't allow my fcp7 project to fully open…I click on the previously saved when the video finishes I get a black screen until the audio finishes.
Here's an article that explains more: http://www.larryjordan.biz/managing-render-files/LarryReplyRory says:November 18, 2013 at 8:51 pmCheers, mate.Will check tomorrow (it's 4am here.)Deb says:March 28, 2014 at 8:46 amI have this really stupid way of http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?1,260970,261048 Delete all render files and see if the error goes away.NOTE: To delete all render files associated with a track, turn off the green visibility light, located in the track header This means FCP would have created 5 render files. Go to:https://larryjordan.com/store/And change the Software popup menu at the top to Apple > Earlier versions.This will display all my FCP 7 training.Thanks,LarryReplyRitesh says:June 10, 2016 at 9:20 amthank u so much
David A. Reply Quote Re: HELP! Uploaded on Dec 10, 2011How to fix an Out of Memory Error message in Final Cut Pro 6 or 7 Studio.Video Text Below:Typical Causes of the Error:- An Unusable or Bad Loading...
In fact the the solution is really simple! From that you will compress whatever files you need for distribution. While there isn't a fast way to fix this, it can be fixed. this contact form Indianaswede 14,676 views 4:00 Top 10.3 features in the new Final Cut Pro X - Duration: 1:56.
Eric Reply Quote strypes Re: Getting Codec error msg when I try to render December 16, 2010 11:57AM Moderator Registered: 9 years ago Posts: 8,835 Do you have any large stills Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. I can create an MP4 of the 1st half, and an MP4 of the 2nd half.
No, no stills at the time of the problem. That is always the first place to check.LarryReplym says:March 28, 2013 at 6:15 pmoh thank youuuuuu thank youuuuu it worked all steps had to be done!ReplyMishavideo says:April 1, 2013 at 6:32 Those 4 Gigs are full of a lot of things other than cached files, so the actual number is even a bit smaller. If you are constantly getting error messages that do not make any sense to you, save and restart FCP.
Will give it a try. However, problem video will generally have problems compressing.LarryReplyVanessa says:February 13, 2013 at 7:42 pmWhat about the out of memory pop up? Hate mail? SoulStudioBerlin 27,557 views 3:17 Final Cut Tutorial - Fixing Out of Memory in Final Cut Pro - Duration: 3:34.
Have a great one 🙂ReplyMaire Koo says:September 24, 2015 at 3:15 pmKrista H, I LOVE YOU!!!ReplyBabak says:May 3, 2014 at 7:15 pmHi Larry, Thanks for the tips, but I got to When I got an "out of memory" error message instead of a "codec error" message, and didn't understand why my Activity Monitor showed plenty of memory, I found a YouTube video I'm trying to export a 100-minute, full-sized, 1920x1080 Quicktime movie from FCP. Thank you in advance to anyone who will try, I'm desperate right now!