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  • Ryan Neuman

    July 26, 2022 at 3:40 pm

    I have a few videos I’m repurposing into TikToks for my job and I have no clue why I run into this error on a few of them when I render. Please see attached and any help would be great! I thought at first it was the Warp Stabilizer effect I added on certain clips that was messing it up but when I took that effect off I still got this error. Weird..

  • jerry wise

    July 26, 2022 at 3:50 pm

    I have had that error. I disabled each track one by one. i would start with the top track and hit render. if it failed then it was not track one…..on and on until you disable a track and all renders properly. then the clips on that track have an issue.

  • Dennis Dean

    July 26, 2022 at 4:15 pm

    Ryan,

    I’ve also had that issue. Most of the time I’ve found it to be an effect (or too many simultaneous effects across tracks.) To find the offender, using the Render In/Out function, I render the video in halves. Render the first half of the video. If no problem occurs, the issue is in the 2nd half of the video. Problem? Divide that half into halves (each is now a quarter of the video). Keep dividing the “halves” in half and rendering. Eventually, you’ll get down to just a few seconds of video. In those few seconds (5 or 6) you’ll find the offender. It may be a clip. It may be an effect. This is a good place to use Jerry Wise’s track-by-track technique (above) for further isolation. Good luck!

  • Bill Celnick

    July 26, 2022 at 5:15 pm

    I’m getting these errors more frequently with each new release it seems…it only seems to be an issue on rendering within the timeline for me, luckily I’m still able to export these sequences with all the effects. Sometimes I find it’s less frustrating to export a sequence to an mp4 file and proof it as a finished product then to try to deconstruct the timeline in the hope that I’ll come across the issue.

    It’s incredibly frustrating that the error message can’t give us more specific info as to what the specific issue is that’s causing the problem.

  • Ricky Barrow

    July 26, 2022 at 5:22 pm

    I have had success doing the same thing and going further by changing I/O points to narrow down where on the track.

  • Ryan Neuman

    July 27, 2022 at 12:14 pm

    Thank you everyone, I tried that method of narrowing it down and it worked but I still wonder why it’s even happening in the first place. It does seem like an update bug or something. Luckily I was able to just delete the clips that had issues and was still able to use them as short-form videos. I hope this doesn’t happen on longer-form videos in the future though..

  • Todd Perchert

    August 10, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    Rendering with Hardware Encoding in AME? Try switching to Software. Take longer to render, but may work without removing any effects or video.

    TC

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