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James Orlowski
Exportting a WMV to a Network Drive
on Apr 25, 2008 at 3:08:39 pm

I noticed something strange since the upgrade to CS3 and 3.1.1 drivers.

I'm unable to export a Windows Media File to a networked drive on our Windows network.

When I try, it gets to 98%, and a yellow bubble pops-up by the clock in the task bar with a Delayed Write Failed. (See link with screen shot). Link: http://rynopro.com/stuff/DelayError.jpg

I was ALWAYS able to export via the media encoder to a network drive with CS2 and 2.6 drivers. If I export a WMV to my LOCAL drive, it's fine. It's only any NETWORK drive where it gives me this error.

Anyone else encounter this? This is kind of a pain for our workflow, because we have "test" renders sent out to clients all the time, and I put these test renders in certain network-accessible folders on our network so the salesperson can send them out. Now, I have to render these files to my local machine, then copy them over to the proper network folder, whereas before, I just rendered to the proper folder. One less step, you know?



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


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Tim Kolb
Re: Exportting a WMV to a Network Drive
on Apr 27, 2008 at 1:46:19 am

I've had this sort of issue on Windows over the years, but typically with external FW drives...the LaCies particularly. I'm surprised that upgrading Adobe seems to have caused it as it has always seemed like a Windows issue to me...

Anything else changed recently with your workflow?





TimK,
Director, Consultant
Kolb Productions,

CPO, Digieffects


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James Orlowski
Re: Exportting a WMV to a Network Drive
on Apr 28, 2008 at 12:18:30 pm

[Tim Kolb] "Anything else changed recently with your workflow?"

Absolutely nothing. I only changed to CS3 and 3.1.1 drivers. Everything else--including the office network set-up--is exactly the same.

That's why I find this odd.


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


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