HELP! Error compiling movie Error code: -1609629695

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Feb 22, 2021

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Im getting this error code when I try to render. What do I do?

Export Error
Error compiling movie.

GPU Render Error

Unable to process frame.

Writing with exporter: H.264
Writing to file: \\?\C:\Users\petra\Documents\Bassett Creatives\Paid Work\Clients\Lily Ardor DIY\DIY Sliding door\Renders\Final\DIY Sliding door hack.mp4
Writing file type: H264
Around timecode: 00:00:22:16
Rendering effect: AE.ADBE Lumetri
Rendering at offset: 22.231 seconds
Component: EffectFilter of type GPUVideoFilter
Selector: 9
Error code: -1609629695

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Crash, Editing, Export, Freeze or hang, Performance

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Participant ,
Feb 23, 2021

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It's this update sadly,

 

Try to re export a few times, for some reason after a while it decides there's no errors and it will randomly work (no idea why)

Try making a new project and dragging the timeline into a new timeline on that project (this hasn't worked much with this update though)

If it's a small project, change the renderer to software only, it'll take a lot longer but if it's not a huge project it's not too bad.

 

Again Adobe... can we admit there's a problem here -_-

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Feb 23, 2021

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Render Error -1609629695. 

Possible fixes from community (worked at least for one user), from the most likely to the less ones

1) Change 'Optimize rendering ..' to "Memory" (Edit > Preferences > Memory.. )

2) Avoid using dynamic links (render AE-comp as video first, then import into PP), if can't avoid - try nesting.
3) Don't use big/super-sized still images, downscale first; if can't avoid - nesting may help sometimes
4) Try to create new project, import old one, then export
5) Close PP, or even reboot a PC before starting export. Don't use memory hungry apps while exporting (like Chrome with many tabs opened)
6) Check for free space on a cache and export disks
7) Use short and simple file/directory naming (aA-zZ_0-9 only, no spaces)
8) Turn off GPU overclocking (if there are any)
9) Try to Export to h265 instead of h264 (likely take less RAM/VRAM)

10) If you are using external storage, and render will take long time, make sure it won't go sleep mode in the middle of rendering

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2021

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Go towards the timeline at said point. Set an in (I) and out (O) point around the area.

 

Now go to Sequence > Delete render files in to out.

 

Try a new export, either directly from PPro or through Media Encoder.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2021

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If this doesn't work: go to the affected clip, cut (CTRL/CMD+X) the Lumetri Effect. Then, either paste the effect back on or re-apply another instance of the Lumetri Effect (which means you need to redo the color correction/grade).

 

Also, could it be that there is a LUT applied to Lumetri? Could this be the source of your problem?

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