Quote 29th Sep 201110:46 #5 Huntr777 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Feb 2004 Tried exporting to both my internal hard drive and an external, You can find information about it and how to do it here. Sign in to report inappropriate content. If you are still getting the “General Error” you can try clearing out your PRAM. this contact form
I tried everything, disc utility shows that one of partion of my La cie 500 GB drive is damaged. When I try to share the project on YouTube the program crashes and an error message appears including the following text: Error rendering 2. Good Luck. It has one of the least helpful warning dialogs and is frustratingly difficult to solve.
Was dropping frames so I went to "Safe" mode for video playback. Reply Quote Reply Topic New Topic Page:1 Calgary FCPUG ForumsPostproductionTroubleshooting Board CategoriesOn Set...CGYFCPUG...Intro Alley...The Lounge...Showcase ShowdownFinal Cut Studio...Final Cut Pro X...Final Cut Pro 7...Final Cut Studio 2...Final Cut Pro 5...Final Cut So, I have to write my problem.
And yes I copied everything and put it into a new timeline... There is a quality loss this way. At which point you can fix it.LarryReplyBela Poppé says:August 20, 2014 at 12:50 amDear Larry,You were so kind to answer me. look at this web-site Delete this.
It is much appreciated! Do this by going to Tools-> Render Manager. This blog is about photography, traveling and the cameras I love. Featured Articles Sony E-Mount Full Frame Lens ListSony E-Mount APS-C Lens ListFuji X-Mount Lens ListMicro 4/3 Lens ListNX-Mount Lens Like I said before, this I've already rendered all video and audio (I get the blue line above the timeline).
This is a bit more difficult to trouble shoot since I have yet to find a really good RAM tester with OSX. Thank you.ReplyLarryJ says:August 18, 2014 at 8:21 amBela:Let's do this in separate steps.First, if your sequence is set to ProRes 422 HQ, you need to render in 10-bit video - otherwise Urban Mac User Quote 29th Sep 201109:38 #3 Huntr777 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Feb 2004 Terry, scratch discs are fine, not a problem. BryanReplyLarryJ says:June 19, 2014 at 5:48 pmBryan:Sadly, I don't know any way to get your render files back.
Following the instructions, I did it step by step, did not find any bad media. This isn't your fault, every so often it just happens. If you cannot get another drive to copy to, then you are just going to have to cross your fingers for luck. Remove all sequences you don't need.
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 Maybe it also would work in one piece. An error pops up at a given percentage of the export that says:"The operation could not be completed because an error occurred when creating frame 19563. navigate here I specifically upgraded my ram a few days ago for the magic bullet plug in so I know my computer can't be out of memory.
Let me know if you have any ideas or have dealt with this before. 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 Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Macbain59, Macbain59 May 7, 2011 7:34 AM in response to Macbain59 Level 1 (0 points) May 7, 2011 7:34 AM in response
Hands-on Courses Avid Media Composer Training Final Cut Pro Training Apple Motion Training Adobe Premiere CC Video Applications Training After FX - Cinema 4D Training DaVinci Resolve Training Adobe Photoshop-Illustrator Web All Rights Reserved. So a lot of time wasted before even knowing it failed. this is a new project.
I have never gotten either of these messages before, now I am seeing them both all on this same project. Statistics 447 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy How I cleared my in and outs and sure enough...PROBLEM SOLVED.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: General Error 34 wth is this thingby Liz Smith on Mar 17, 2011 at 2:06:10 pmthank you However, I've learned that when a General Error occurs it is almost always related to a bad clip, or a bad render file, in your sequence.
so I am uploading a video that i converted from h.264 to prores for editing, rendered/exported in FCP, then re converted it back to h.264 and its now telling me that After I created a new project and combined the three segments into timeline, began to export them. I took some new clips and added them to the sequence after that last clip, and discovered the error occurs with them too. Thoughts.
Do this a few times. To render just a portion of your sequence, select roughly 10% of your clips and render. There's no transition or speed up or anything else where is always craps out...any ideas? I cannot render the video as that causes video jitters when playing back (it was shot on H264 and have found that by exporting it to Quicktime I get around that
The source vid plays fine in quicktime. I'd blame render files first.LarryReplyRitesh says:June 10, 2016 at 8:55 amhii!! The autosave files are sorted into project folders by date and time, and depending on the sort order of your finder window, the most recent copy will either be the first But… Question…How would I know if my clip is corrupted??Would I see that in playback??Please save me! =)ReplyLarry Jordan says:February 13, 2013 at 3:21 pmIf you WEREN'T getting the general error
See The Different Membership Tiers. Duplicate your project (so you have something to play with). Same applies with a video clip, try re rendering it out with quicktime pro. Forgot your username?
If everything is rendered and we haven't done anything to the project, why is it writing more render files when it said everything is rendered?2) Is this normal?3) Is there anything I did not find any solution here. Sometimes system files just get messed up and corrupted. Sometimes clips downloaded from stock image houses are corrupted during the transfer.
I can create an MP4 of the 1st half, and an MP4 of the 2nd half. You can also try running, disk first aid in your utilities folder. While Final Cut SHOULD be able to work with video of different frame rates, it can often have problems when a clip with a faster frame rate (say, 30 fps) is My La cie disc looks like not loading the project, it shows me general error 34.