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  • Tue, Nov 12 2019 10:10 AM

    Hello,

    I'm getting an error that doesn't allow me to play the timeline as soon as I have more than a couple of layers of video or add a simple effect. The error says:

     

    Exception: SFPlayConsumer::Execute TIMEOUT

     

    The media is consolidated, so I'm not sure why it's not able to handle it.

     

    Any idea why this is happening?

     

    Thank you in advance,

    joshua


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  • Tue, Nov 12 2019 1:59 PM In reply to

    Re: error in the composer window

    What is the format/frame rate of your project, and what is the format/frame rate/resolution of your clips?

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    Re: error in the composer window

    Unfortunately, SFPlayConsumer::Execute TIMEOUT is a pretty generic error, indicating that there was a stall in the pipeline somewhere between storage and display. 

    Whatever caused the stall didn't register any specific errors, so the end-of-pipe just times out. 

    Not a lot of useful debugging info in just that message. Simplifying the pipeline (e.g. disabling hw) can sometimes help narrow the cause down.  

    Do you have any I/O devices attached?

    Clear your bin memory....    then look for corrupt effect renders. The problem is to try and figure out where it is. 

    Try exporting sections of your timeline "same as source" as it's quicker and should allow you to find the cuprit without wasting days.

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