I'm trying to render my premiere pro video, and I keep getting an error when I try.
Error compiling movie
Exporter returned bad result
writing with exporter: DNxHR/DNxHD MXF OP1a
Component: DNxHR/DNxHD MXF OP1a of type Exporter
Error Code: 14
I can't seem to find any solutions to this problem online, and when I try to save my file, it returns with another error that reads:
Project Save Error
An unknown error occurred while saving the project
I just reset my cache & preferences, to no avail.
Anybody have any ideas about what I can do?
You need to fix whatever is on the timeline at the given time in the error message.
It can be anything, faulty clip, transition, effect you name it.
I just cleared some more space on my hard drive, and all the errors disappeared.
Funny that none of the error messages mentioned anything about insufficient space.
Anyways, problem solved. Thanks!
Thank the web for users that find and share solutions to such stupid problems (that Adobe Community Professionals have no clue about, obviously; do they ever?..). Couldn't the message just say "Error: not enough disk space"???
Hi there, Sergiu,
Sorry, man! I understand the frustration. Deciphering error codes are something that ACPs or even support does not have much experience with. I'm working on a project to make this easier for everyone involved.
Error code 14 is a File I/O error. I included the info on a FAQ. I will add notes to indicate that clearing up disk space can help with this issue. Error code 4 is for "out of disk space" so I'm not sure why that one didn't get triggered instead. I'll look into it.
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It doesn't give you a hint as to what it might be... the I/O (read/write) error ...I didn't even think about disk space!
you saved me on a deadline.
Ended up here in June 2022 - issue was new update switched the render engine to AVI for previews, changed it to quicktime and its working great now.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! Just ran into this problem. now it works..
How do you do this?
This helped me today. thank you!
This was the issue and this comment helped me out, thank you.
It's a timeline setting. Depending on which sequence you're working with, they could have different render previews even sequences within the same project.
Thank you SircleSam, this fixed my night up. I had no idea what these render issues were about.
Saved me today, big thanks
Thank you! Also worth checking if (as was the case for me) Premiere is trying to save preview files in the OneDrive directory
Thanks this worked perfectly!
thanks a lot man.
This is the way. Thank you very much.
You're most welcome, my friend! 🙂
For me, going to sequence settings > Preview file format > Change Microsoft AVI to I frame only MPEG. No idea why, but it worked for me. Adobe is seriously becoming a wreck. Theres a new issue I have to do deal with nearly every time I use it
Amazing. This is the correct answer. Wrestled with the same problem all evening then "bingo". Went to sequence settings>preview file format>changed Microsoft AVI to Iframe only MPEG. Render is now complete. I can reassemble my project. Thanks much. My head and attitude feel much better.
This worked for me! Thank you SO much!!