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Old March 16th, 2007, 02:43 AM   #1
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HDV PPRO,Cineform.WMV encoder won't work.

I posted the following message on the Adobe forum.One response said that my problem might be in Cineform. Can someone help us?

<We just finished editing our first HDV project using Cineform aspect HD and PPro 2.0. We wanted to export a low resolution file (windows media or real media) for the purpose of working in our audio program (nuendo). The project is 50 minutes long and is about 120 gigs (with multiple sequences and multicam).

When we tried exporting the HDV timeline using adobe media encoder (as both a .wmv and an .rm file) the rendering stopped after about 1 minute and the following messages popped up:

Error [/Dev/stingray/medialayer/SRC/AESSupport/AEindata.cpp-696]

Then the next message was titled:

Font capture: Adobe PPro.exe-application.error

Inside the box the message said:

The instruction at "0X05B7D17C" referenced memory at "0X00000014" The memory could not be read. Click to terminate the program.

Can anybody clarify or tell us what we need to do?
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Old March 16th, 2007, 08:00 AM   #2
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Is this repeatable? Does it happen in the very same spot? It maybe a corrupt file. Very large tiff's were crashing some of my renders. Converting them to high rez jpegs and relinking helped.

Sometimes you could have a corrupt media support file:

1. Delete your rendered preview files.

2. Close your project.

3. Delete the encoded media and conformed audio files.

4. Reopen the project, and allow new files to be created.

Try rendering again.

One particular project, a very large one was crashing no matter what. I had to completely remove the cineform plugin (v2.3) and install an older version 2.2 (the one before the multiple threaded feature was added). Had zero issues.

You may just have to render a low-rez cineform avi and then post encode directly in windows media encoder.

Hope this helps.
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Old March 16th, 2007, 08:49 AM   #3
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That report is an Adobe error code, not from CineForm. There are bugs in the Adobe Media Encoder, it is best to export to a CineForm AVI then export that to WMV.
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