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Clermond Ferrand
cmd E -ProRes export stucks at "preparing media for share"
on May 22, 2018 at 8:12:14 pm

Everything was fine until for weeks until today when I wanted to export a ProRes master from my project.
A window popped up "preparing media for share" and FCPX stuck with the famous beachball.
My mp4 compressor preset exports fine.

I deleted the share settings and added a new one.
I deleted the prefs of FCPX (alt cmd)
I deleted PRAM when booting also I excecuted safe boot

I still get stuck in the "preparing media for share"

I attach my Pegasus to the MacBookPro and export the same project. I don't see that window on my MacBookPro. It works fine except a notification about missing effects, generators or titles. I have no idea which one is missing but the video file looks okay..
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I found a work-around while typing: adding share destination as ProRes setting from Compressor.
I am still curious what was happening?


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: cmd E -ProRes export stucks at "preparing media for share"
on May 22, 2018 at 10:33:39 pm

I'd get this tool and have a look at all the effects with this tool:

http://www.spherico.com/filmtools/X-Files/X-FXHandler/

It will allow you to see, with a bird's eye view, all the templates that are in that Project (after exporting an XML).

It may point to missing effects (returns a value of "False" in the left column).

Jeremy


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Clermond Ferrand
Re: cmd E -ProRes export stucks at "preparing media for share"
on May 23, 2018 at 6:44:56 am

thanks Jeremy for this hint. I know this great tool from Andreas Kiel and I checked this before. All effects are true. There is also no problem when exporting with my compressor presets. Missing effects should be affected there also.


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: cmd E -ProRes export stucks at "preparing media for share"
on May 23, 2018 at 12:10:25 pm

Do you have any slow motion clips with optical flow?

Another thing to do is to make a brand new Project and copy/paste the program in to it. That may shake loose any weirdness.


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