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tad newberryhow to isolate corrupt clip causing crash?
by on Aug 7, 2015 at 6:56:04 pm

scooting a certain section of my timeline sends PP into "application not responding" mode with the spinning beach ball, etc. i can't figure out if it is an individual clip as i've experimented with moving a clip. saving. moving another. saving. then crash. reload project. repeat...but then it will crash on a different clip, though it's always in the same area.

i moved the folders of clips to a different hard drive, relinked all media. no change. i deleted media cache. no change. not sure what else to try....

settings:
sequence - AVC-intra 1080i 29.97 df
clips - mostly all AVCHD, some QT ProRes

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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tad newberryRe: how to isolate corrupt clip causing crash? SOLVED!!!
by on Aug 7, 2015 at 7:15:22 pm

AHA! It musta been a corrupt preview file! I deleted that folder and all is well. Sheesh...i'll have to remember that one...

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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ATI Radeon HD 5870
...and a few TeraBytes o' storage
(then it's on to PetaBytes, ExaBytes and MosquitoBytes!)


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