so i have done the search on this, and have not found a solution to this problem...i have a sequence that gives me this error message, and tech support claims that it is corrupt media. so i have tracked the issue to audio, and here is where things get strange, the corruption is only on even audio channels. i found a corrupt piece of audio on channel 2 in my sequence, moved it up to channel 1, and it played fine...moved it back to channel 2 and it continued to work fine. so i am curious if anyone else has had this problem, and what the solution was.
Here is what knowledge base says about this error message.
though, I acknowledge, this won"t help you.
Was it a stereo file ? If yes, it's important to know that Avid creates separate audio files, that is to say 2 files for 1 stereo audio file.It can happen that only 1 of both gets corrupted, but, reading your post, it seems the corrupted file recovered as you moved from 1 track to it's neighbour. Weird !
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thanks for the responses..yes the files are stereo, and i realize that they are seperate audio files, it was just a little too coincedental that the only corruption was on right channel audio...my project is about 2.5 terabytes large, so this stuff is making me panic....in addition, when i deleted what was deemed to be "corrupt" media, i was unable to batch digitize the master clip..it kept kicking out saying batch dig complete, even with digitize only media that is offline disabled...
i have worked around the problem so far, but i would like to toss around any ideas or suggestions
This drove me nuts until I checked the box in export options to mixdown audio tracks.
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