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Mark Morache
Failed share
on Apr 1, 2013 at 10:58:05 pm

I've just started getting these errors like crazy.
"The share operation Master File has failed.
The operation could not be completed because an error occurred when creating frame 139 (error -1)"

At least it tells me where the problem is.
I changed a speed clip at the area of the suspect frame to force a re-render, but what's up?

Anyone know what an error -1 is? Or what I might be able to do to ameliorate this issue? Thx.

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Mark Morache
Re: Failed share
on Apr 1, 2013 at 11:03:39 pm

Grrrr... this is frustrating. I tried it again and it got to frame 5109, which is a few seconds from the very end.

Double grrrrrr.

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Charlie Austin
Re: Failed share
on Apr 1, 2013 at 11:19:50 pm

[Mark Morache] "Grrrr... this is frustrating. I tried it again and it got to frame 5109, which is a few seconds from the very end."

Try deleting *all* the project render files, and don't re render it before you export it. Sounds like corrupt render files, or (hopefully not) a corrupted master file. If that works, run disk warrior or at least disk utility and check your drives...

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James Boyd
Re: Failed share
on Apr 11, 2013 at 11:39:41 pm

I had the same error. This solved my problem.
I still am not at the root of what happened, but I do know I was having problems with an external disk that had issues as I was importing my files.
Deleting the render files and then exporting allowed me to export and send to compressor for transcoding, both.

Thanks for your help.


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Mark Morache
Re: Failed share
on Apr 12, 2013 at 5:27:13 am

Yeah, I appreciate that we can get around the issue by deleting the render files, but honestly, I often work on projects where my export time matters. Exporting goes a whole lot faster when you're dealing with rendered media.

This is why I like to render as I go, whenever I step away for a minute.

Until they get this fixed, best practice for me is to edit, and render so I can see my effects in full res, then when I need to export, I DUPLICATE my project without render files, and EXPORT THAT.

Now I can keep editing my already rendered project without rerendering.

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Evening Magazine,Seattle, WA
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Tim Jones
Re: Failed share
on Apr 1, 2013 at 11:21:08 pm

The -1 error generally means an I/O write error. Is it possible that your render destination drive needs a bit of tender loving care?

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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Failed share
on Apr 2, 2013 at 12:23:33 am

Or is the drive full or near full?


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Charlie Austin
Re: Failed share
on Apr 2, 2013 at 12:28:16 am

[Jeremy Garchow] "Or is the drive full or near full?"

Nope... plenty of free space.

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Mark Morache
Re: Failed share
on Apr 2, 2013 at 5:16:39 am

Drive is fullish, but could use some cleaning up. Does anyone bother defragmenting drives anymore?

I'll try the render removal and see if that helps.

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Evening Magazine,Seattle, WA
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