I am wondering why is it that every single time I tried exporting an AMA sequence to quicktime (sources are h264 and export settings are also h264) I keep getting this error message: "Exception: Movie export from procedures FAILED!, errorcode:4294965262". Hoping someone can share some lights on this for me.
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EDIT: I should mentionned that I am using MC6
How quickly into the export does it happen?
What if you take a small section to export?
Have you tried a video mixdown and then exporting that?
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how long is the sequence? what are your exact export settings? what kind of storage are you using? what are your system specs? are you exporting to the same hard drive that contains AMA linked media?
Stop answering questions with questions. If any of the questions you have asked could be the cause of the fault then it would be useful for the thread to know how to rectify each one. Otherwise this thread is useless. Like many that try and find answers to things on this forum I have found this thread really pointless, I don't usually respond to these things but I felt I needed to after finding nothing that gives any answers at all.
An answer could be that you have first to export to QT movie or ref (after a transcode) and go from there to H264. The results will be much better.
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paulgordon:Stop answering questions with questions. If any of the questions you have asked could be the cause of the fault then it would be useful for the thread to know how to rectify each one. Otherwise this thread is useless. Like many that try and find answers to things on this forum I have found this thread really pointless, I don't usually respond to these things but I felt I needed to after finding nothing that gives any answers at all.
Well, gee, Paul, thanks for participating. It's always nice to see a new face with a fresh perspective.
Perhaps if the original poster had answered any of the questions - which were aimed at narrowing down the cause of the problem - an answer would've been found. As it turns out they disappeared after one post. That happens sometimes.
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Perhaps if he'd have said he was outputting to the same drive then there'd have been the suggestion to go to another drive and see how that works.
Perhaps he'd done another search on google and found the answer, that's currently what I'm trying to do. I hope once I've found it i can remember my login details to come back and post the answer (that helped me)
Wow...you do realize this is a user-supported forum. None of us are paid, we spend our own time out here trying to help others where we can.
I'm sorry if you are bothered by the fact that in addition to my day job, I do not have time to provide you with all of the possible answers depending on your situation. We ask that users provide as much information as possible when they first post. We ask questions to narrow down the scope of what the issue might be. If I answered every question with ALL of the possible solutions, you'd be reading forever and I would be fired because I'd be spending all day on the forums.
If you're not finding help here, then I am sorry. But sometimes, you get better help when you ask (and converse) nicely.
I had this issue too! It seems when having this issue you will need to export to the disk your working off of. Not sure what's causing it or how to fix it. Good luck.
No responses from the original poster so not able to narrow down the issue or suggest any solutions that may help.
As stated with such a generic problem with so little information on what actually happened making blanket "try" this suggestions can often cause more issues. So we try and help posters define the issue more carefully so we can make the most accurate suggestions.
Exporting to the same disk you are working off isn't really relevant. The disk must have enough free space for the export. It must be a file system that supports the expected export size (so FAT32 is often an issue) but other than that exporting to a drive you are working off is normally ok if not a little slower as it is now busy doing readng and writing.
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