T Quote 29th Sep 201109:31 #2 terryj View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Member Join Date : Sep 2002 Location : N35°25.24068, W097°34.204 Did you pull up Can't export ANY kind of movie. Best Regards, Chris! Shane Ross September 1st, 2009 at 10:20 AM 1. Log In Create A New Profile Message List New Topic Print View Reply Quote General Error 34 (October 05, 2011 01:10AM) BHS I work for a high school in the Media weblink
Premier Pro should also work well if you are an Adobe user. See The Different Membership Tiers. To solve the issue and continue working I have simply been going into the render manager and deleting/removing the render files. A clip changes color when it is disabled.2. https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/907491
What RJ said. kurt Reply Quote Re: General Error 34 (October 05, 2011 08:40AM) BHS I only have the one raid drive when. Perhaps somebody else. Try to render audio only, or video only and see what happens.
Did you try "Saving As" the project? 2. I also must state that I have used the retail version of the plugins, not the trial version. I was using a trial version at the time, and reported it to Gen Arts, they have been looking into it for a few weeks now and can't find a problem, Make sure all the render options are checked, as they are in this screen shot.Repeat this process until you find the section that causes the error.
Do you still have one scratch location (Final Cut Pro Documents with subdirectories)? Sounds like a frame rate error to me (one of the clips is 24.0, when the timeline is 23.976 or whatever). So in hopes that other people will learn from this, and find out what one possible reason for this GENERAL ERROR might be, I will tell you what it was. https://larryjordan.com/articles/fcp7-general-error/ Don't ask me why.
MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. Well, I did a batch export of these when I went away on Friday and was greeted with the GENERAL ERROR when I arrived Monday morning. Import it and add it to an upper track above the original bad section (or delete the bad section and replace it with the new rendered file. March 16, 2012 04:49PM Moderator Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 10,771 Try copying just your Sequence to a blank project, close the old project and try the export again.
This discussion is locked Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â panicinzero Level 1 (0 points) Q: Final Cut 7 Exporting - GENERAL ERROR Message Been working on this for days now and it's driving me get redirected here share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Log in I ran Disk Utility, Disk Warrior, Onyx, FCP maintainence pkg. I think it should be ok now, ended up being a codec issue Click to expand...
Everything is rendered. have a peek at these guys the old project file. It ended with two FCP Documents directories on the system. When I try to export it to Quicktime DV Anamorphic NTSC 48 khz I always get a General Error.
Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email â€¢ Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email â€¢ Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email • done new sequence save as etc - fcp rescue blah blah - such a pain in ass Luke Frohling December 15th, 2011 at 5:59 PM I had some errors (out For memory bloat, it has always been about the amount of media and the amount of edits in a project. check over here Usually if I am using PS with FCP at the same time, I just need to close all programs and then open FC again and do it.
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i believe that this will create a single rendered file. That can mean about anything... Click here to login Moderators: Ian Graham, derekmok, Andrew Kines, Graeme Nattress, Jeff Harrell, Christoph Vonrhein, Tom Wolsky, walterbiscardi, Jude Cotter, strypes, grafixjoe, Nick Meyers, Ben King, Shane Ross   I did the full preference clean.
I even tried changing its codec in MPEG Streamclip, which did nothing to allieviate the problem. Richardthe4th said: ↑ Yes, solved Apparantly the updater didn't find the FCP Documents directory, so it created one. Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion http://meditationpc.com/general-error/general-error-last-fm.php Time urgent!
Look at transitions and filters and titles (pictures also if you have them, big JPEGS that are many megs in size) Cut that bad 10 minute segment in half, and try I was exporting a self contained Quicktime Movie of my final locked picture. Txs!!! Original media ProRes422 1080.
Sometimes clips downloaded from stock image houses are corrupted during the transfer. Spec: New MacPro 12-core; 12 MB ram; 2TB drive; FCP7 share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply hsilver, Oct 10, 2010 hsilver macrumors regular If this shouldn't work, have you tried saving to another drive? It seems to have to do with the rendering.
SUBSCRIBE | LOGINforumstutorials & featuresnewsblogsjobsservicesnewsletterFORUMS: list search recent posts"General Error" during FCP export to Quick TimeCOW Forums : Apple Final Cut Pro Legacy << PREVIOUS • FAQ • 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 I had the same error message and I found this blog looking to see if anyone else had a similar problem. Made sure we had no random in point at end of time line.