Hi there! For some reason Media Encoder is crashing everytime I'm trying to create proxies. We own 2 iMac Pro's (2017) and both have the same problem. When I try it on an older MacBook or iMac with the updated version it doesn's seem to have that problem. Does anyone know what could be the issue? Grt. Ricardo
I am so sorry you are having trouble creating proxies. Which proxy preset are you using? What is the source footage? These facts may help us diagnose the issue.
Both Quicktime and H.264 have the same result. I'll go for medium resolution and the footage it crashes on is Blackmagic Raw. Most of the time it renders 5 or 6 clips and then it crashes. And it's been like this since the latest update, before we never had the issues.
I hope you have a solution.
I've had the same issue since the recent update of 2022. Anyone figure this out yet? Generating proxies is a important part of my workflow to keep these older machines spinning with new Sony mxf files.
Are you also on MacIntel?
I could not repro your issue yet using these steps on an iMacPro (Intel) and macOS 13 using using Adobe Premiere Pro 23.0.57 and Adobe Media Encoder 23.0.1:
1. Install Blackmagic RAW 2.7 from here: https://sw.blackmagicdesign.com/BlackmagicRAW/v2.7/Blackmagic_RAW_Macintosh_2.7.zip
2. Download test media from https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicpocketcinemacamera/gallery and https://www.newsshooter.com/2019/08/10/bmpcc-6k-first-footage-downloadable-clips/.
3. Create project and import Blackmagic RAW files. Choose "Create Proxies" for all clips.
4. Observe AME encoding starting in the background.
5. No crasher.
Are you using any plug-ins? Which version of Blackmagic RAW are you on? Can you maybe share a project with files for us to repro?