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While rendering a video it's giving an error at random times. My screen is starting flickering, after several flickers (glitch on screen) I'm getting an "Error compiling movie" error.
After several tries, it's rendering the video but it's taking a lot of time because I'm getting errors for the first tries. Am I the only one getting this error. And what can cause this?
My Pc Specs: AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Gtx 1060 Strix, 32 Gb Ram (3200 Mhz), Premiere Pro working on Nvme storage.
I also tried on Media encoder you can see the errors on the image.
are any of your sources from a smartphone or screen recording? If so, the problem is probably caused by sources with a variable frame rate which can cause inconsistent and unpredictable issues. Here's how to diagnose and fix
use mediainfo to determine whether your source is variable or constant frame rate
if it's variable use handbrake to convert to constant frame rate
and here's a tutorial on how to use handbrake
Actually no they're not. All of them are pictures. I'm adding some effects on pictures.
Also, I can render in software only mode. But the thing is when I render on software only it's taking 2-3 hours 😄
are all your still images rgb? cmyk can cause problems. Also, what are your source pixel dimensions and the sequence settings? What effects are you using? are you using any third party plug-ins?
I'm using call outs (lower thirds), I'm not using any third party plug-ins.
That you can render in software only mode, and that the error messages point to the accelerated renderer, you most likely have a driver or hardware conflict. Heat could also be an issue.
Update your video card drivers to the latest version from the manufacturer's website, using their clean install method.
If that doesn't work, try rolling back to a couple of drivers earlier using the same clean install procedure.
If you still have hair on your head that you haven't pulled out after all of that, please investigate whether your system's cooling can keep up with the high demand put on the graphics card by hardware acceleration in Pr.
I believe it's about heating. However, my pc has good conditions for cooling.
Also, my all drivers are updated. I have a studio driver version of Nvidia.
The 1060 is an old graphics card, and may not be up to performing well (or at all) in Pr.
Check out the list of recommended video cards for Premiere Pro and see if any are available to you. Make sure you can return the card if it doesn't solve the problem.
Your list is more up to date.
You can try two more things:
Looks like I already did those.
Your screenshot from your post that is two posts above my first one shows that Composite in Linear Color is still checked.
Yes. You were right. looks like I already did Hardware accelerated decoding uncheck but I forget other. I uncheck Linear Color and tried again but Unfortunately. I got the error again.
Did you restart your computer and Pr after turning off Hardware accelerated decoding? I think that's a necessary step.
Also, did you try rolling back to a previous version of your video card driver?
As a last resort, try the latest gaming driver instead of the studio driver. I know that goes against the current best advice here, but it's worth a try I think.
If none of that works you may be stuck with software rendering.
Try to export with no effects and no color correction.
If you didn't do any, you can try to export it on a hard drive or somewhere else on your computer, sometimes, in my case, it fixed it.
I will try this. I always tried to render the same location maybe it can solve not sure I will write the results.
No, it didn't work.