I'm exporting ista 360 video no effects just clipped 3 of 7 videos and added to the timeline. I did adjust the default view. Exporting at 40 Mbps and same as source for the rest 4k 50FPS.. and VR box selected 1 hour 38 minute finished video export. I've tried exporting several times and the "around timecode" times are different every error notificaiton and not in time order either the first error was the last minute of the sequince then next error was in the first 10 minunutes and then random the next several atempts.. I've tried rebooting, etc and same issue on export. Any ideas?
Try to use "Software only" instead of hardware encoding.
Will do thanks
This worked for me.
this worked for me too! Thanks!
This was also the correct answer for me. From the Export Settings window, under the Video Settings tab, scroll down and switch hardware only to software only.
Life-saver. Thank you!
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I would imagine your computer isn't handling the render due to lack of resources. Maybe post what everybody here requests for minimim information: machine specs, version of Premiere, file specs, render settings.
Usually this problem happens when an effect is applied (which could very well be just lumetri for color correction) and Premiere gets an "error". Removing that effect fixes the problem... I've rebooted my computer after changing nothing and it worked too, so results vary depending on solution tried.
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You need to fix whatever is on the timeline at the given time of the error.
Best is to delete section from project. Rename, import and re-edit.
I checked that I have no effects just put clips together in a sequince to export into one video also I get the same error at different times in the sequince. The first error was at the end of the export last few minutes then the next same error was in the middle so if it was something in the sequince casuing it it should error around the same time every time. but it doesn't..
Sometimes it crashes at let's say, 20%. Then I export again without changing anything in the project, and it'll crash at 70%, then I might try it a third time, again, without changing anything to the project, and it'll render sucessfully. Weird.
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Your harddrive is gettig full this the reason for different "around timeline" error. What probably happened is your hardrive was almost full and could almost fit the first export then toward the end you got the error code. That partial video saved on your hard drive and then you went to export again and you received another time for "aournd timeline" error. Then when you went to export again even after changing some settings like "software" render etc you received different "around timeline" error.. but bottom line is you are out of harddrive space to export this video and this is your true error.
This is far from the "correct answer"
I have been having this issue on a brand new empty drive. How this was chosen as the correct answer is a huge problem.
Agreed. Another user supplied the correct answer for me after hours of frustration. Thanks Sami Succar. From the Export Settings window, under the Video Settings tab, scroll down and switch "hardware only" to "software only".
Life-saver. Thank you!
I am recieving the same exact error code with 3 TB of free space on my drive so there's no way im running out of space. Are there any other causes for this error code?
Not sure why but I'm having the same problem. It started a few days ago that when it would start to render it wouldn't go past frame 90 (on a different project) I just assumed the project file was corrupt. Cancelling the render would cause the entire PC to lock up. After updating System OS and Creative Cloud this was no longer an issue but when I attempted to export I have the same issue as Jensen with a robust amount of storage / ram and am running on a 2080 so I have no clue. I opened the same project on my Macbook and it's exporting just fine. Obviously I'd prefer to have the system that can export in 10 minutes WORK and not the laptop that takes an hour. HA! Assuming this will get sorted with a new update, I hope. Very frustrating.
I'm having exact same problem. And like you guys my disks are no where near full. What is the answer please?
After updating my studio drivers using the GeForce Experience panel, as well as Windows 10, I logged out of CC. Restarted my comp. Then opened the project, signed back into CC and was able to open my project file that Premiere had claimed was corrupt and both render and export. Let me know if that helps since that initial Error 3 code evolved into a corrupt file for me.
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I have exaactly the same issue. ll footage in the timeline is .mov from a GH5. Encoding to h.264 high bitrate takes forver aand then error message pops up telling me a different part of the timeline is causing the problem. There is 10gb spare on the drive and the file to export will only be around 1gb... driving me crazy. Crashes in Media Encoder too. Have tried the previous version of both softwre and still the sme problem. Have made a new project and imported the old project bck in. Cleaned the previews and cache. No luck.
Just ran into this myself. The timecode pointed to where two clips were joined. I just moved one video clip up from V1 to V2 and saved. Encoded fine then.
Completely bizarre to me, but that fixed it.
Can confirm this dumb little fix worked for me also. Moved the file to v2, saved, and rendered without error.
This worked for me as well. Dumb but if your issue is where 2 clips connect, worth a try.