I have issues with exporting clips I edited some months ago. I have these issues in Premiere Pro as well as with the Media Encoder.
Unfortunately, I have to export about 25 clips and will have to export them several times for iterations.
Fehler beim Export
Fehler beim Kompilieren des Films.
Fehler bei beschleunigtem Renderer
Frame kann nicht produziert werden.
Schreiben mit Exporter: H.264
Schreiben in Datei: \\?\F:\Export\02 - Genium EN.mp4
Dateityp wird geschrieben: H264
Um Timecode: 00:00:06:15 - 00:00:06:21
Rendering bei Offset: 8,880 Sekunden
Komponente: H.264 vom Typ Exporter
System: Win 10, i7-7700, Nvidia Gtx 1060
You need to fix whatever is on the timeline at the given time in the error message.
Can be anything: faulty clip, transition, effect, audio, you name it.
Remove clip from timeline.
Add it again and redo the effects.
If that does not help, export to intermediate file (e.g. CF) and put that on the timeline.
Thank you for your answer, but I found the solution.
It's a software bug that took me ages to find. I am working on two computers and I switch to my notebook while I am exporting on my PC. Windows locks the screen after some minutes and when I unlock the screen the Media Encoder seems to either continue the rendering process or it shows that all exports in the queue have failed.
This bug was so difficult to find because when Windows locks the screen and I unlock it immediately, the Media Encoder seems to continue rendering as if there was no problem. However, the export eventually fails. After this, every export fails until I close and reopen the Media Encoder again.
There is no answer here...
Hi Brennan, see my answer below. You can change that windows locks/turns off the screen in the "Power & Sleep" Settings in the Window settings.
What is the bug? how do you solve it?
In my case, the bug was - as described - that the Media Encoder cannot handle the screen locking.
Thus you should prevent that Windows locks the screen.
In the Windows settings, set "turn off after" to "never"
Or go to your power plan settings in windows ...
...and set it to never:
Thanks mlk 🙂
The warning dialog box is joking.. there is no Problem on the Timecode in my sequences..
If i listened to Kevin-Monahan i would ruin all the work!! Its just a Bug!
You have to restart Mediaencoder even if you only had the "windows lock screen" once..
Otherwise every video, no matter how many times it is edited again, will fail!
I wasted so much time just reading the wrong answer first!
Sorry for all the wasted time. Unfortunately, there are many potential issues related to this error code. I will pass along your complaint to the product team. I feel that more descriptive error codes and instructions should be given to the editor. I'm sure you'd agree.
Yes, I agree. You are only trying to help and it will probably help many!
Sorry for my offensive spelling before.
We definitely need more accurate error codes.
Can you please explain EXACTLY what you did to fix this? I have been receiving this error code on every export attempt and am absolutely desperate at this point to get it resolved.
PLEASE, if you have the answer, help me out.
I have the same error exporting from Premiere, it started getting it, after I upgraded to the latest version 13.1.
Still can't fix it
What troubleshooting have you tried so far?
First of all, look at the warning dialog box. What's going on at 1:38 in your sequence as indicated in the dialog box?
Let us know what's going on.
I have tried different projects to render, all of them fail, with the same error.
It started happening after the upgrade of Premiere.
The only way for me to render is through the Media Encoder.
I'll have to downgrade back to the previous version of Premiere.
This worked thanks.
"If you change the renderer in File > Project Settings to: Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (Software Only), can you render then?"
I need to delete my last post as it is showing my email address, kindly assist. Thanks.
Changing the renderer to Software Only also worked for me.
You are my hero. Changing it to 'Software only' is the ONLY solution that has worked. This issue has been plaguing me for months! Thank you!!!
We had the same issue, this worked! thanks for posting
"change the renderer in File > Project Settings to: Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (Software Only)"
This error will occur sometimes because of the "effects & presents" that you apply to the footage like picture or video. I experienced the same. After removing that effect, everything becomes normal while rendering.
Effects I used: Shadow/Highlights and Curves
Note to Rakesh and the Community:
Shadow Highlight & RGB Curves are "Obsolete Effects"
It would be wise to discontiue use of any Obsolete Effects in current workflows. These effects are intended for use for restoring legacy projects, not for use in new sequences.
The same could be said for "Legacy Titler."
If you have a problem with discontinuig use of obsolete effects or Legacy Titlter for whatever reason you have, please let the Premiere Pro Development Team know on User Voice.
Hey, i have with the Curves the 1 color black and white effect added to my project because it looks cool. Is there a way to do that effect without the curves? (because you said earlyer that the Curves a 'outdated effect is. I have also trouble with the render using this effect.
I"m working in AE - was getting the same cursed error, but my google search led me here. Ann's answer gave me an idea, so..In case someone else stumbles across this who was like me, my fix was:
Reading some other forums I found that the combination of the Hue/Saturation effect and blur can effect the encoder (or sometimes just Hue/Saturation on its own). By using the search feature in the layers panel - I click+drag turned off all of the Hue/Sat effects on my layers, let the preview refresh a frame, then turned them all back on again. For whatever reason - now exporting to encoder isn't crashing with this error.
Sorry about this.
"I click+drag turned off all of the Hue/Sat effects on my layers, let the preview refresh a frame, then turned them all back on again. For whatever reason - now exporting to encoder isn't crashing with this error."
Sounds like a corrupt preview file. It happens from time to time. Glad you solved it. Ann Bens is correct. Always inspect clips where the Timecode indicates an error. Good tip.