Well, obviously I am too late to help this person, but hopefully my suggestions will help others in the future. Thank you and God bless you. Thoughts. Pre-process your footage to be 100% the same as your timeline and work with as few sequences open as possible. have a peek at these guys
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 It did take about 8hrs to fully render the 7min short. Did you have Autosave turned on? I have worked on Sony EX DCAM and this happened notReplyHector says:June 4, 2013 at 10:50 amHi, larry Thank you such much for you help I dissable all clips and work view publisher site
No.4. T said this on April 12, 2013 at 6:51 am THANK YOU!!! Oh well, I guess I will have to start from scratch again. Reply Quote Forum List Message List New Topic Newer Topic Older Topic Print View RSS Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
Boom. No more General Error.ReplyVanessa says:February 13, 2013 at 1:54 pmI'm having the same issue, tried all of the above and nothing has worked. I have to tell you FCP 6 and 7 have this issues that when you customize your windows layout it will gives you error sometime down the road while you are There is no quality loss in exporting your file this way - ProRes 422 HQ is a really excellent codec.If everything doesn't export correctly, keep exporting smaller and smaller chunks until
I confess I don't know a lot about codecs, and so I'm just lost this morning. And this time, when I exported the timeline as a Quicktime movie (same codec, XDCAM EX 1080p/24), it worked -- it did take the three hours or so I expected, but And this is just an hour long seq.
If you know a way of creating a list or EDL which would tell me the folder in which each shot is stored and what each codec is, I would come
Anymore advice? But it didn't fail! admin says: 2015/06/22 at 14:56 I agree… ;-) Brittany says: 2015/08/14 at 21:44 Literally over an hour of searching and you were the only one who helped me. Literally I will be dead in the water because they can't be re-render because of the FCP 7 issues.
Archives Archives Select Month July 2012 (3) May 2012 (2) February 2012 (1) November 2011 (1) August 2011 (2) July 2011 (1) June 2011 (1) April 2011 (2) March 2011 (1) great post to read Did you look in the Finder on your harddrive to see what was in your Autosave folder? So, every time you create a new project ALL YOUR OLD RENDER FILES ARE USED, and any new render files are named and associated with the new project.LarryReplyRory says:November 18, 2013 And the storage capacity of your hard drive has no bearing on this at all.Out of memory errors are generally related to either bad media, or too many clips/sequences in your
Also, you may need to uninstall plugins.Also, read this trouble-shooting article: http://www.larryjordan.biz/five-step-trouble-shoot/LarryReplyBryan says:June 19, 2014 at 5:39 pmLarry, I have been editing my latest independent film for the last six months. E PS I have a dual-core Mac Pro Tower/Mac OSX 10.5.8/6 GB RAM FCP 7.0.3 Reply Quote Nick Meyers Re: Getting Codec error msg when I try to render December 16, 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. 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
Duplicate your project (so you have something to play with). Final Cut Pro: 8-bit YUV Final Cut Pro settings to ... then right click on sequence and sent to compressor! check my blog Time is an issue here, as well as space. (I don't have 500+ gigs just to use for render!) Now I'm conforming all the clips to ProRez, and the estimated render
However, problem video will generally have problems compressing.LarryReplyVanessa says:February 13, 2013 at 7:42 pmWhat about the out of memory pop up? Loading... If the export gets to a certain percentage of completion, then it fails, it's about that same percentage into the timeline from the head...
Absolutely great advice but I just want to clarify that ProRes supports the following standard frame sizes in FCP 7 in Real Time: 720 x 480; 720 x 486; 720 x Codec not found, no corresponding hardware! Since you have already rendered your media, the first place I'd look is the speed of your hard disk.Different video formats have entirely different bandwidth requirements.LarryReplyHunter James Cox says:May 11, 2016 After every 4-6 hours exports comes the pop-up warning "GENERAL ERROR".
Larry Jordan 23,440 views 5:16 Final Cut Pro 7 Ch 4 New Sequence Setup, Importing Clips & Timeline Options - Duration: 15:41. THANK YOU!! OK after about six years (from the first post here!) I think I have the solution to this - and I am talking about movie footage here not stills although I This is just a quick click - click.