What does the error code actually mean.
Yeah, I could go and alter something in my timeline at that point, even though the same scene rendered 3 times without the error.
I more want to know what this code is. Like if you get an error code from Microsoft, you can look it up and see what it is. So what does this one mean? I search for it and all I see is people doing random changes to get a "fix" vs. knowing what the issue really is and fixing that.
This may be due to some GPU accelerated effects applied on your timeline and Graphics card is unable to compile them.
Under your File menu>project settings, change your renderer to Software Only instead of CUDA or OpenCL.
Try to check the driver version of your GPU and if it is NVidia or Intel update them directly from the manufacturers website.
You can also try this for the Effects which were not getting rendered, try to render them one by one till the entire timeline is completely rendered, export the entire video and check.
I am getting this error too
I'm not sure why this is happening. I have changed my project settings to software only and it still fails at the same place.
I don't have any complex transitions in the animation. I only have position and scale transitions. I'm relatively new to this and an working on a project for work.
Any help would be appreciated
Are you able to export from Premiere Pro?
Let me know your GPU make and model and the driver version.
Also, go to below location and rename this folder to old_13.0.
I am working on a 2013 iMac 3.5 GHz intel core i7, 32gb 1600MHz DDR3. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 775M 2048 MB Graphics Card
I am using after effects will this make a difference?
I have gone to that location and there isn't a folder with version 13 in. there are a few folders in there and the latest is 11 (See below)
Thanks for replying
So just to clarify I rename 11.0 to 13.0?
I'll check about my Cuda Drivers but I'm apprehensive downloading a driver for the mac as It's my company's mac not mine
I can understand Darren. Check the current driver version, update them and if everything works then it's clearly a drivers fault. You can roll back to older driver again.