Here’s what Apple says about that error code:
Type -36 error (I/O Errors (bummers)
This file is having difficulty while either reading from the drive or writing to the drive. The file
may have been improperly written data to the drive or the hard drive or disk may be damaged.
This is almost always indicative of a media error (hard error on the disk). Sometimes (rarely) it is transient.
WELL then, let’s check the file. Send me a compressed version of your FCP file. If I can open it, Then you have a hardware problem… ucky.
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