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Tom Laughlin
ANSWER TO!! - "Failed: Quicktime Error: 0"
on Apr 16, 2010 at 9:55:38 pm

ANSWER TO!! - "Failed: Quicktime Error: 0"

After hours of post reading this "QuickTime Error 0", I found the solution by going through the time-line very carefully and coping and pasting portions of my project into another time-line and exporting out as ref QT's till the error popped up, and I honed in on and isolated the clip that QT didn't like to render, replaced it with dragging the same shot in, and re-rendering and BAM! 100% rendered and exported. If you have the time, it's worth the fix, but if not, not sure what other options there are. The only other solution I found before was to output to an SD QT, rather than keep it at same settings or exporting to an 8-bit. All exports failed except for the SD 720x486(16x9)QT export using QT, not QT conversion. Then I tried this isolating the corrupted clip idea, and it worked. It was one little tiny 4 second cutaway shot in my 12 minute clip.

I found these 2 posts to help me in that direction:

Tom Laughlin
Salt Lake City, UT
FCS3/Sony EX-3/Mac Intel

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John Fishback
Re: ANSWER TO!! - "Failed: Quicktime Error: 0"
on Apr 17, 2010 at 6:44:25 pm

Checkout FCS Maintenance Pack. It include a Corrupt Clip Finder.


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