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Cox 469,830 views 48:08 Final Cut Pro X Exporting Issue - Duration: 2:55. Switch off background rendering. All your media and libraries are intact. Exporting a video from Photos fails without error message? http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-x-export-quicktime-error-50.html

Reply Pablo 07/10/2014 at 13:32 Thank you so much! The administrator has disabled public write access. Check that the codec used by the file is recommended for use in your editing application. The administrator has disabled public write access. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5076224?tstart=0

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Some files purchased from the iTunes Store will have DRM. * Make sure you are using AIFF or WAV audio files. thanks Yoni The administrator has disabled public write access. No problems before Mavericks, lots of problems after.

MP3 is officially supported, i.e. The product Owner (Ten Things about Agile) Subscribe Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts. Perhaps something is wrong with the purchased version of the program? Tried every solution listed so far:1.

This can sometimes be caused by third-party codecs. Final Cut Pro Error What drives hold the media? Reply Marco Ghislanzoni says: 10 May 2015 at 10:18 pm Hi, sorry but I never encountered that error, so I am pretty clueless on it… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply https://creativeheldstab.com/overcome-final-cut-pro-x-error-50-when-sharing-videos/ I just started a new project and and copy and pasting each bit in piece by piece trying to find the point at which the symptom present themselves again.

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Good to know for future reference though. One more thing: as you mention your system is slow (which it shouldn't be with your specs) AND exporting takes time (FCPX is famous for its really fast export) this makes Sign in 3 1 Don't like this video?

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Christian…you just made my week. http://marcoghislanzoni.com/blog/2012/06/29/solved-apple-compressor-fails-with-quicktime-error-50/ My software: Pro Maintenance Tools - Tools to keep Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro running smoothly and fix problems when they arise Final Cut Pro Video Rendering Error 50 All Rights Reserved. Final Cut Pro Share Failed I narrowed it down to one segment that was causing the error.

R-click a video clip in your Events Browser and select "Reveal in Finder". http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-10.html Published (2013-09-14 12:55:00) I'd suggest taking the system to an Apple store or an Apple service technician. I had zero issues before and now can't export hardly anything anymore. Test randomly fails with `Error while running waitForElementVisible command: allElements.shift is not a function` error. Delete Render Files Fcpx

I will import and run it here. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? I was hoping to find a button to tell me WHAT is rendering, rather than have to go through the scientific method to uncover it. http://theresab.com/final-cut/fcpx-quicktime-error-50.html Re: compressor 4 Failed : QuickTime Error:-50 15 Jun 2012 18:52 #9863 BenB OFFLINE Platinum Boarder Posts: 10106 Thank you received: 1273 Karma: -35 Obvious, use Preference Manager to trash Compressor

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I left it running all night and it just rendered all through the night like that.

Isolate movie clips, mute clips… This worked very well! Best wishes, Ronny Newer Topic Older Topic Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum. It only started happeneing with FCP updated to 10.0.8 and beyond for me. Create an account Forum FCP.Co Final Cut Pro Forum Compressor Failed: quicktime error: -50 (EVERYTIME I USE 25 and 120 FPS on same video) TOPIC: Failed: quicktime error: -50 (EVERYTIME I

Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Thanks Kent Reply Quote Re: QuickTime Error:-50 (November 23, 2011 03:17AM) XGTV I had a look around and found this, [www.harrycaskey.com] Best wishes. Failed: quicktime error: -50 (EVERYTIME I USE 25 and 120 FPS on same video) 24 Jul 2013 23:50 #29048 raposanegra OFFLINE Junior Boarder Posts: 20 Karma: 0 hmm... http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-10-0-8.html However the corrupted clip will turn to RED.

Sep 17, 2013 7:31 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Luis Sequeira1, Luis Sequeira1 Sep 18, 2013 7:36 AM in response to ppbaez Level 6 (13,244 points) Board Categories FCP.Co Final Cut Pro Forum - Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) - Free FCPX Plugins and Templates - - Templates - - Colour Correction - - Film Looks & But I am glad you solved this problem. FCPX does not really need H.264 to be optimized to ProRes, it handles native H.264 very well if your system is fast enough.

I've had a few chokes and crashes with this, but never a repetitive rendering loop. Published (2014-06-02 07:41:00) Thanks for the post.  I had the same problem and achieved a succesful share after 7 failed attempts by Duplicating the original project "as snapshot".  Did the share Published (2013-09-13 05:42:00) Hi, I have the same problem and tried both solutions. Ensure all images are less than 4000 pixels in width and height (just to be sure).

Cheers, Marco. Failed: quicktime error: -50 (EVERYTIME I USE 25 and 120 FPS on same video) 19 Jul 2013 13:07 #28847 BenB OFFLINE Platinum Boarder Posts: 10106 Thank you received: 1273 Karma: -35 It used to work perfectly fine but now I'm getting consistently "QuickTime Error -50" after FCPX exported about 10% of my project. Show more post info Size: 400 bytes Customize: Reply 10: Re: Final Cut Pro X share fails with QuickTime Error -50 ppbaez replied 3 years, 2 months ago This project is

Reply Quote Re: QuickTime Error:-50 (November 24, 2011 05:20AM) ronny courtens Good idea!