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I recently convinced my boss to upgrade from my 2018 xps 15 9560 to the highest-end xps 17 9700 to help cut down transcode and export times with 4k footage.
(Almost) Everytime I try and export my timeline, it crashes about 3/4 of the way through with the "error compile 3" message.
I'm using the identical process and export settings I used previously with the 9560, which hasn't crashed in 2 years. H.264, 24fps, 1920x1080. This happens both from Premiere and Media Encoder.
The only way I have gotten this to work is to pre-render the timeline and export with previews. This seems like a step backwards for a powerhouse laptop.
I have also been suggested to use software encoding, but that takes far too long.
Anybody else experiencing this?
I am running the most up to date version of adobe, windows 10 pro, drivers, etc.
10th gen i9, 2060, 64gb ram, 2 tb ssd with plenty of space.
Make sure you have the latest Nvidia STUDIO driver installed, not the Game driver.
NVIDIA Studio Driver | 460.89 | Windows 10 64-bit
GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 461.33 | NVIDIA
This worked like a charm. I thought Dell Assist had installed all the latest drivers I needed!
Ps. Rendering 4k clips with a LUT now takes less than 1/3 of the time! 🙂
Always get your driver from the manufacturer.