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Can't render the movie! :(

Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 2:04pm

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watterwalker

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I have a problem, I have a scene that is 405 frames long. When I render the clip, it stands:

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libary


Runtime error!

Program: FXhome Visionlab Studio\FXhome Visionlab Studio.exe

abnormal program termination



If I render with another name, or on another place, or with an another format, It doesn't work.

And it always crash on the same place! the 185 frame, and 190, and so on...

Please help, tried for hours!

And yes, I hace reinstalled the program like I have been told on the site!

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Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 2:50pm

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Joshua Davies

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Have you tried AVI and QuickTime? Have you tried image streams?
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 3:19pm

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watterwalker

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Yupp, Always crash on the same place.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 3:21pm

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Joshua Davies

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Sounds like there is something specific about that frame causing issues. Try turning off layers one by one and seeing if it renders.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 3:46pm

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watterwalker

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I have, doesn't give me any clue of the problem.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 4:02pm

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Axeman

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Please make sure you Quicktime and DirectX (if on Windows) are up to date.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2011, 6:46pm

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watterwalker

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Axeman wrote:

Please make sure you Quicktime and DirectX (if on Windows) are up to date.
Checked! But it doesn't work anyway:(