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Become a member of our Video Training Library today! aba_smg says: 2015/04/30 at 12:14 THANK YOU SO MUCH BUT I"D ASK YOU ABUT RENDER IT IS TOO MUCH WITH THIS SETTING dan says: 2015/05/25 at 17:12 Worked a treat. SUBSCRIBE | LOGINforumstutorials & featuresnewsblogsjobsservicesnewsletterFORUMS: list search recent postsGeneral Error 34 wth is this thingCOW Forums : Apple Final Cut Pro Legacy << PREVIOUS • FAQ • To do this you need to delete a few files. http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-7-general-error-34.html

Sign in to make your opinion count. Forum Video Mac Final Cut Pro, gives me GENERAL ERROR when exporting to Quicktime + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 9 of 9 Final Cut Pro, gives me GENERAL ERROR Upload HD (1080p) settings ... While rendering a project in Apple Final Cut Pro (FCP) I've got an error message… "General Error!" and then "Out of Memory!" ***WTF???*** Equipped with a brand new machine, I thought https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/970133

Thank you! Apple Certified Trainer - Final Cut Pro Copyright - all rights reserved. Use Compressor to encode the files to ProResLT before using them in FCP.

Did the exact thing I did the first time and it worked. I recover some media, but not all of them. However, I've learned that when a General Error occurs it is almost always related to a bad clip, or a bad render file, in your sequence. Here are the steps I take when trying to tackle the Final Cut Pro General Error.

Still getting the error 34 message when trying to export, plus the resulting file has no video, only audio.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: General Error 34 wth is this thingby Aletta Was dropping frames so I went to "Safe" mode for video playback. It's sounds like this is a format not supported natively in FCP nd needs to be converted before being used in the application. http://www.kenstone.net/discussions/read.php?3,31768,31779 Loading...

Choose your language. May 7, 2011 2:45 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Posted on May 6, 2011 9:49 AM View answer in context Q: General error (34) ??? LinkedIn Learning Solutions 30,110 views 11:04 Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Tips for Troubleshooting Export Problems - Duration: 7:38.

These files vary based on your version of Final cut, but it should work no matter what version you’re on.

However, I do have a number of FCP 7 tutorials available. Reply Quote Re: Final Cut Express general error 34? 10 years, 3 months ago #11305 Duane_Martin OFFLINE Executive Producer Posts: 5513 Karma: 9 There are a lot of reasons a drive About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new!

thinking about it I may order one anyway. :-)Return to posts indexReport Post•Post removed.•Re: General Error 34 wth is this thingby David Usner on Jun 15, 2012 at 4:42:40 amWow. check over here h264 is not an editing format. larryi want to buy FCP 7 Full Video Tutorai.ReplyLarry says:June 10, 2016 at 9:04 amRitesh:I don't have a single, complete tutorial for FCP 7 as I do for FCP X. it wont upload to youtube.

I am using FCP and trying to export a basic 6 minute video. Sign in 3 3 Don't like this video? I reccomend running Disk Warrior made by Alsoft to see if you can correct the problem. his comment is here The source vid plays fine in quicktime.

Make sure all the render options are checked, as they are in this screen shot.Repeat this process until you find the section that causes the error. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=9805Walter Biscardi, Jr. Do this a few times.

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tried everything FCP Hide Question All replies Helpful answers by Jim Cookman, Jim Cookman May 6, 2011 9:17 AM in response to Macbain59 Level 7 (23,435 points) May 6, 2011 9:17 If none of these steps help with the Final Cut Pro General Error, shoot me an email or just give up completely and start editing on your iPhone. Apple Certified Trainer - Final Cut Pro Copyright - all rights reserved. Before you attempt to fix a General Error, it doesn't hurt to reset your system by doing a Safe Boot.NOTE: Here's an article that explains how to do a Safe Boot:

Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: General Error 34 wth is this thingby David Biederbeck on Aug 20, 2010 at 9:15:57 pmI feel dumb. Every clip on the sequence, save for the very last clip, can be rendered. I deleted the sequence, restarted my computer. http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-general-error-48.html Thoughts.

May 7, 2011 12:10 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Macbain59, Macbain59 May 7, 2011 2:45 PM in response to Michael Grenadier Level 1 (0 points) May Sometimes some display settings or audio settings can get messed up in your system and they need to be restored to factory defaults. Have you gone back through and checked the available scratch disc space? All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.  Apple Support Communities More ways to shop: Visit an Apple

General Error - Out of Memory - *SOLVED* - *SOLUTION*! Note: Do not save you project file on the same drive as your media clips, and start a regular back-up program to another drive (neither boot nor scratch), USB key, or Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple Advanced Re: After this is done Reboot Final Cut.

SAVED ME> THANK YOU trev says: 2015/08/27 at 10:51 Not a good idea. Weisbrod Imaging 581 views 5:51 Final Cut Pro: Media Manager Tutorial Part 1 - Duration: 4:32. Thanks. changed my scratch disk to a new folder in the same FCP files main folder, hasn't worked.tried rebooting the program, taking out the extra audio files, i made sure that there

The scratch disk, used for renders etc., has more than 2 Terrabytes (TB) free space. Urban Mac User Quote 29th Sep 201109:38 #3 Huntr777 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Feb 2004 Terry, scratch discs are fine, not a problem.