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May 07, 2020

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Hi, 

I'm having issues rendering an AE comp in AME. 

I have reverted to AME 14.0.4 & AE 17.0.5 to work-around the known rendering issues in the latest versions. 

I first tried exporting with the preset YouTube 1080p Full HD, and then YouTube 480p SD, but both have resulted in the same error. 

Here is the error report:

 

05/07/2020 09:15:33 PM : Queue Started


- Source File: C:\Users\stefa\Creative Cloud Files\OFD vanilla layers + Scene 1_AME\tmpAEtoAMEProject-Scene 1-_7.aep
- Output File: D:\The Bigger Picture\Thursday progress.mp4
- Preset Used: YouTube 1080p Full HD
- Video: 1920x1080 (1.0), 29.97 fps, Progressive, Software Encoding, 00;04;20;00
- Audio: AAC, 320 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 1 pass, Target 16.00 Mbps, Max 16.00 Mbps
- Encoding Time: 02:23:30
05/07/2020 11:39:26 PM : File Encoded with warning
------------------------------------------------------------
File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4. Reading and writing this file's metadata (XMP) has been disabled.

Adobe Media Encoder
Could not write XMP data in output file.

------------------------------------------------------------


05/07/2020 11:39:27 PM : Queue Stopped


05/08/2020 09:57:50 AM : Queue Started


- Source File: C:\Users\stefa\Creative Cloud Files\OFD vanilla layers + Scene 1_AME\tmpAEtoAMEProject-Scene 1-_8.aep
- Output File: D:\The Bigger Picture\Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4
- Preset Used: YouTube 480p SD
- Video: 640x480 (1.0), 29.97 fps, Progressive, Software Encoding, 00;04;20;00
- Audio: AAC, 320 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 1 pass, Target 8.00 Mbps, Max 8.00 Mbps
- Encoding Time: 00:25:27
05/08/2020 10:23:30 AM : File Encoded with warning
------------------------------------------------------------
File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4. Reading and writing this file's metadata (XMP) has been disabled.

Adobe Media Encoder
Could not write XMP data in output file.

------------------------------------------------------------


05/08/2020 10:23:30 AM : Queue Stopped

As always:

 

1. Check in AE if your comp renders with full resolution - most AME rendering errors are in fact AE rendering errors which need to be solved before processing.

 

2. If AE is rendering just fine, don't waste your time trying to make AME export your comp, but just render it through AE. Image sequence is preferable in this case.

 

3. After rendering through AE as image sequence, re-import your render, put it into a new comp, put the old comp in there as well but only activate the audio (if there is no audio, you can skip this), make sure image sequence has the correct fps and send this new comp to AME to make it a video file

 

*Martin

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File encoded with warning error when rendering comp in AME

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Hi, 

I'm having issues rendering an AE comp in AME. 

I have reverted to AME 14.0.4 & AE 17.0.5 to work-around the known rendering issues in the latest versions. 

I first tried exporting with the preset YouTube 1080p Full HD, and then YouTube 480p SD, but both have resulted in the same error. 

Here is the error report:

 

05/07/2020 09:15:33 PM : Queue Started


- Source File: C:\Users\stefa\Creative Cloud Files\OFD vanilla layers + Scene 1_AME\tmpAEtoAMEProject-Scene 1-_7.aep
- Output File: D:\The Bigger Picture\Thursday progress.mp4
- Preset Used: YouTube 1080p Full HD
- Video: 1920x1080 (1.0), 29.97 fps, Progressive, Software Encoding, 00;04;20;00
- Audio: AAC, 320 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 1 pass, Target 16.00 Mbps, Max 16.00 Mbps
- Encoding Time: 02:23:30
05/07/2020 11:39:26 PM : File Encoded with warning
------------------------------------------------------------
File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4. Reading and writing this file's metadata (XMP) has been disabled.

Adobe Media Encoder
Could not write XMP data in output file.

------------------------------------------------------------


05/07/2020 11:39:27 PM : Queue Stopped


05/08/2020 09:57:50 AM : Queue Started


- Source File: C:\Users\stefa\Creative Cloud Files\OFD vanilla layers + Scene 1_AME\tmpAEtoAMEProject-Scene 1-_8.aep
- Output File: D:\The Bigger Picture\Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4
- Preset Used: YouTube 480p SD
- Video: 640x480 (1.0), 29.97 fps, Progressive, Software Encoding, 00;04;20;00
- Audio: AAC, 320 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
- Bitrate: VBR, 1 pass, Target 8.00 Mbps, Max 8.00 Mbps
- Encoding Time: 00:25:27
05/08/2020 10:23:30 AM : File Encoded with warning
------------------------------------------------------------
File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of Scene 1 - Test 1.mp4. Reading and writing this file's metadata (XMP) has been disabled.

Adobe Media Encoder
Could not write XMP data in output file.

------------------------------------------------------------


05/08/2020 10:23:30 AM : Queue Stopped

As always:

 

1. Check in AE if your comp renders with full resolution - most AME rendering errors are in fact AE rendering errors which need to be solved before processing.

 

2. If AE is rendering just fine, don't waste your time trying to make AME export your comp, but just render it through AE. Image sequence is preferable in this case.

 

3. After rendering through AE as image sequence, re-import your render, put it into a new comp, put the old comp in there as well but only activate the audio (if there is no audio, you can skip this), make sure image sequence has the correct fps and send this new comp to AME to make it a video file

 

*Martin

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As always:

 

1. Check in AE if your comp renders with full resolution - most AME rendering errors are in fact AE rendering errors which need to be solved before processing.

 

2. If AE is rendering just fine, don't waste your time trying to make AME export your comp, but just render it through AE. Image sequence is preferable in this case.

 

3. After rendering through AE as image sequence, re-import your render, put it into a new comp, put the old comp in there as well but only activate the audio (if there is no audio, you can skip this), make sure image sequence has the correct fps and send this new comp to AME to make it a video file

 

*Martin

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