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  • pjsssss
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    If a crash occurs at the same place it usually indicates that there is some type of corruption in the file. Try to replace the clip and see what happens

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  • iibw
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    I too have been experiencing crashing with speed encoder recently. Same spot on the timeline always triggers a crash. I looked at the footage carefully and there aren't any timecode breaks, no visual or audio cues as to what might cause my system to crash. I'm currently on 4.54. Before this update, I've never crashed encoder.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Windows only shows 1.99GB for me.

    Speed Encoder worked fine for a test I did last month. About 1.2GB is in use with all the cores fired up when using Speed Encoder.

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Yeah I will try that.
    Thanks.

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  • Rusty
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    Go down to 2GB... kinda wierd, but it worked for me.

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  • Khoi Pham
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    I have 3GB but now I look again it only show 2.5GB, so I think that there is something I need to look at.
    Thanks.

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  • Rusty
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    Khoi,

    Are you running the latest Speed Encoder?
    I've had zero crashes lately.

    How much RAM on your system?
    I tried 3gb and that was a flaky disaster. Now I run 2gb.

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Yeah I try that, it would crash right away, if I try to render from after that point then sometime it would render all the way to the end but sometime not.
    So this tells me that something on the timeline screw up speed encoder but not Procoder or the new plugin, what I don't understand is even when I replace that section where it crash with a new HQ file, it would still crash right there.

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  • ChrisFar
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    Try setting up the project to render to a second before the crash occurs and see what happens, then cut a space in the timeline and remove a second or 2 then render from that point to the end and see if it works. Then if that works just put a black clip in that spot and have 2 clips instead of one. It is a work around but will be faster. The advantage you have is knowing when the crash occurs use that to start testing.
    Chris

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Speed Encoder

    Hey guys and gals, for the past few months I have been getting alot of crashes with Speed Encoder, when I do, it always happen at the same spot on the timeline, I try making an HQ avi and put it on top of the section where it crashes but no good, once it crash, it will always crash at the same spot, my only workarond is to use ProCoder or the new plugin to encode and they always work but at turtle speed, I'm starting to think that there might be something screw up with memory in my system since it does use alot. What do you think?
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