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Thoughts. Everything is rendered. A rule of thumb is to make sure you have at least 10-15% of the available drive space open at all times and leave more like 20-25% on your scratch disks Nov 6, 2009 3:29 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by panicinzero, panicinzero Nov 6, 2009 4:13 PM in response to av8chuck Level 1 (0 points) Nov 6, this content

Have you checked that you have enough space for the exported file? Nov 7, 2009 3:55 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Grenadier, Michael Grenadier Nov 7, 2009 4:12 PM in response to panicinzero Level 7 (20,362 points) I was exporting a self contained Quicktime Movie of my final locked picture. I've tried everything. https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/907491

It was like Whack a mole…a good clip suddenly said it was corrupt. Now I gotta fix my FCP. On the 504 machine we can make new projects and save it, we can import quicktime files from the old project. the old project file.

EDIT: Well poop…that wasn't it. Adjust the parameters till you get the results and file size you are looking for. If it's a corrupt file, and FCP maintainence didn't locate it, what is left to do? I installed the latest Final Cut updates through System Updater in OSX - this hasn't fixed the issues.

After exporting every 5 minuets of an hour time line. Now I am checking to make sure the sync has not be lost. Shane Ross September 7th, 2009 at 11:11 AM Oooo…good one. You have to convert them first to avoid technical problems in FCP. Homepage I do this with the Texted and Textless versions.

it all works, except... There are many ways in which a clip can be corrupt. Removing the filter entirely solved it, and I never was able to put it back on and render. Jay September 6th, 2009 at 6:08 PM Shane, I've been editing a any thoughts?

It is possible that a specific render file became corrupted. http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?1,276813,277055 Don't ask me why. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Richardthe4th, Nov 9, 2010 Richardthe4th thread starter macrumors regular Joined: Jan 4, 2008 Location: Below Sealevel #9 Hi When they were deleted or replaced by standard FCP transitions, the problem disappeared.

Ideas? news I usually try to avoid Compressor. to narrow down the problem could take some time.. Time urgent!

If it doesn't, try copying the contents of the Sequence to a new Sequence in a new project. Time urgent! Turned out that was caused by clips with their effects "baked" in before sending to Color. http://bloggingsystemsblog.com/general-error/general-error-t13.html Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project

Richardthe4th, Thanks very much for a swift reply! Reply Quote RJ Re: General Error -- making life miserable. it happens to us a lot with using the desaturation filter, but it could be one of a million things.

And yes I copied everything and put it into a new timeline...

Quote 30th Sep 201115:26 #9 Huntr777 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Feb 2004 Every export setting is doing it...I had a lot of success In my experience, MPEG Streamclip is about twice as likely to generate a clip with flawed timecode and other technical gnarlies. MBPs and iMacs have other graphics cards inside, there could be an issue with a specific kind of integrated card. Again, this worked fine with FCP 7, so I am chalking this up to a mystery issue with one out of 24 shows. Anonymous September 4th, 2009 at 12:53 AM

delete one of the final cut docs folder? If so, check if the In point is not at the end of the sequence. Sounds like a frame rate error to me (one of the clips is 24.0, when the timeline is 23.976 or whatever). check my blog You can check the memory usage with the activity utility.

What can I try next? Several clips rendered from Color with two extra (black) frames at the end. THX! Error 34 also refers to damaged partitions on the drive you are working on.

im also having this problem using the latest FCP suite. i have completely removed the "Final Cut Pro Documents" from ~/Documents, and i have even changed my scratch disk however this has not worked for me. A clip changes color when it is disabled.2. With Canon DSLRs there is a handy import plugin which converts the files to ProRes.

Either load the sequence in the viewer and use F10 into a new sequence/project. I am not aware of a similar plugin for Nikon cameras, and Nikon themselves seem to advise using Compressor:https://nikoneurope-en.custhelp....However, Compressor 3.5 is a slow and occasionally unstable piece of software I kurt Reply Quote Re: General Error 34 (October 05, 2011 08:40AM) BHS I only have the one raid drive when. That would actually make more sense (trying to open the project in 5.0.1 while it has come from 5.0.4).

So then I started exporting the timeline in segments, until I got the error, then I narrowed my export range until I finally narrowed it down to one clip.