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  • John Lewis
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    Im sure when i had this problem when i posted reply closer to the start of this thread. It was some time ago and if i remember restarting pc was the only way to fix it.
    as you are running win 10 have you tried disabling fast startup well worth trying

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  • Tobe
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    I have had this issues several times. Have been told to be sure to empty by temp file. It did happen once last week, but restarting fixed it until the next time. It also affects the ability to "undo" an action.

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  • antonsvideo
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    sorry, it appeared as a new thread to me, now I realize this thread has been going on for a while

    btw, the EDIUS 9.54 H264 exporter without QS (PC speed dependent) is almost as fast as when using QS and the quality is better

    with PC as in my signature, it takes 12min to export a 1 hour HD timeline to H264 without QS

    and with EDIUS X WG it also takes 12min but I can continue editing while it is exporting (not possible with 9)

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  • zvit
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    I have never had a single export failure with EDIUS 9, however, I do not use the built-in H264 exporter as I get better results with Handbrake

    which exporter did you have issues with?
    I'm using the Edius exporter with QS.

    I know I have an old computer (almost 8-years old) but I can't blame the computer because it still works like a horse - 0 issues.
    By the way, yesterday, the simplest solution (which I should have tried first) was to restart the computer. After that, all exported fine.
    However, I am still pissed. Why? Because Edius WAS able to render the timeline but would still get the error, even though I was exporting the rendered files on the timeline. So I was thinking if you can render it (which exports files!) why can't you export it to H264?

    Then I noticed that at export, Edius WAS exporting partial files until the error. So I imported the partial files and tried to export the "holes" in the timepline. These holes would also start exporting to good partial files again, until the next catastrophic error. I keep on doing this, exporting bits at a time until all my holes were filled with good exported files, which made up the entire timeline. THEN I added all of these bits and parts to the timeline to render a final movie. Now, you'd think, these are H264 files that Edius exported already, so it should now be able to export them without errors... but no, got the same catastrophic error. Even when I added these files to a new project and tried to export them, the same error.

    Restarting the computer solved it this time but I've had this issue before where restarting didn't help. So each time I'd have to try different things. Too time-consuming.

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  • antonsvideo
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    I have never had a single export failure with EDIUS 9, however I do not use the built in H264 exporter as I get better results with Handbrake

    which exporter did you have issues with?

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  • zvit
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    Three years later and I'm still having this issue. Pulling my hair out since all solutions from the past 10 years are not helping and I don't have time to spend hours just to export a file. Goodbye Edius. I'm moving to Devinci (I actually moved a few months ago already - just finalizing old Edius projects). Thank you everyone for your support over the past 14 years. It was nice knowing you all.

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  • John Lewis
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    I tried windows 7 caddy a couple of days ago and it didnt have the problem

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  • vish1
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    Windows 7 with service pack updates but have switched off automatic window
    updates.

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  • vish1
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    Intel Driver v 9.17.10.2828

    Herewith jpeg of Intel Driver
    Attached Files

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  • John Lewis
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    Yes thanks i edited previous post
    Are you using win 10
    Maybe as its a win 7 and 8 driver 19 sees it differently. I was also puzzled thats why i posted screenshot. The one i found yesterday was the same

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  • vish1
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    Intel Driver v 9.17.10.2828

    Hi John

    That's very weird as I have just checked my driver and it is 9.17.10.2828.
    I transcode xavc to h264 all the time and yes, I was getting the error, with
    the driver you are using, and now with the above driver, absolutely no errors.
    I did manage to send you the driver also via "we transfer". Please confirm that
    you have received the driver.

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  • John Lewis
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    Thanks for the link you sent
    When the file is extracted it shows Driver as attached which is the same as the one i mentioned in Post 19. This gives the most stable results for me with only a very occasional error and mainly occurs when creating an mp4 XAVC files i only just started using XAVC

    The We Transfer File just arrived
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    Last edited by John Lewis; 06-05-2018, 07:47 PM.

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  • vish1
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    Hi John

    Please send me your email address to:-

    [email protected]co.za

    I will send you the Intel Drivers that you require.

    Thanks

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  • John Lewis
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    At present i am having more luck with 10.18.10.4252
    This so far will produce a file in mp4 however if i repeat thew encode using the previous settings it will give the error.
    If i re build the export settings it will work again
    I havent got your suggestion to work yet as i get a message tha the pc does not meet the minimum specifications. I saw this message many years ago too far back to remember what caused it

    Are you using Win 10

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  • John Lewis
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    Thanks
    Do you have a link
    I have tried the only 3 that seems to be listed now at Intel
    My original Disk says OS not supported i guess its Win 7 only Its a PIA

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