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jamski
Bizzare Error
on Jan 19, 2008 at 2:00:37 pm

A bizarre error has started to show itself on my workstation lately.

When rendering previews, I get occasionally this error message:

Error

It says I need to verify drive connections to see if the drive is not full, and that I have write privileges.

But, the drives are connected fine, they're not full, and I have full admin rights.

Once I see this error in a project, there seems to be no way to overcome it aside from starting a new project. Rebooting and relaunching results in the same error when attempting to render previews.

I'm running Windows XP Pro, Premiere Pro CS2, AJA Xena LH card, and two of these 1.25 TB RAID arrays striped together to give me 2.5 TB of storage, with 1 TB available.

Thoughts? Anyone else have a similar issue?

We have another similar workstation running the same software, but with an AJA Xena LS card and slightly different storage options that also sometimes gives this error.

I'm puzzled.

(On a side note, I have no idea how to change my "screen name" to my "full name" on this forum....)



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James Orlowski
RYNO Production, Inc.
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jamski
Re: Bizzare Error
on Jan 21, 2008 at 2:37:20 pm

I updated the AJA driver from 2.6 to 3.1, and the error still occurs. (It should be noted that I was successfully using 2.6 for quite some time before this error started to occur regularly.)

Could it be a QuickTime related issue? If I were to create a DV job, the renders are fine.

I'm running QuickTime Pro v7.4. And now that I think of it, this error started to happen around the time QuickTime updated last week.

I'm grasping at straws here.


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James Orlowski
RYNO Production, Inc.
http://www.rynoproduction.com
800-860-7966


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James Orlowski
Re: Bizzare Error
on Jan 21, 2008 at 3:34:01 pm

I may have solved this issue.

I do think it was a QuickTime-update problem.

My QuickTime Pro was 7.4 when I was having failed renders. I downgraded to 7.1.3, and all is well.

Is anyone else sucessfully running QuickTime Pro 7.4 on their AJA Xena systems with Premiere Pro 2.0? If not, I suggest you downgrade, and tell QuickTime (and iTunes) NOT to check to updates.

I think that's what did me in.


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James Orlowski
RYNO Production, Inc.
http://www.rynoproduction.com
800-860-7966


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