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CS6 - "error compiling movie - Disk Full"

Jun 18, 2012 11:39 PM

This is the message I am getting from both Premiere and Media Encoder cs6 when I try to export my Premiere project.  It is 1080p 59.94fps.  This disk I am exporting to is FAR from full.  I am running Mac OS X 10.7.4 - not sure how else I can export with these settings aside from "match sequence settings".  Has anyone else had this problem?

 
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    Jun 19, 2012 6:27 AM   in reply to Hecubus114

    More info about your setup and project, please.

     
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    Jun 19, 2012 7:24 AM   in reply to Hecubus114

    Along with Jim's request for more info, also look into the free-space on your boot drive, and let us know about that too. The more info, the better.

     

    Good luck,

     

    Hunt

     
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    Jun 20, 2012 8:00 PM   in reply to Hecubus114

    This problem usually occurs when folks try exporting to an external drive that is formatted as FAT32, which can only create files up to 4GB.

     

    The solution is to reformat the drive as NTFS for Windows of HFS+ for Macs.

     
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    Nov 21, 2012 7:55 PM   in reply to Hecubus114

    I have the same error message. System specs:

     

    OSX 10.8.2

    Premiere CS6

    The raw video is from GoPro Hero 2 camera

    Video 1280x720 at 59.96 fps

     

    I have plenty of space on my boot drive. There are no external drives.

     
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    Nov 21, 2012 7:57 PM   in reply to southbayriders

    Define "plenty".

     

    How's the drive formatted?

     
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    Nov 21, 2012 8:02 PM   in reply to Jim Simon

    Available 410GB.

     

    Mac OS Extended (journaled).

     
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    Nov 21, 2012 8:23 PM   in reply to southbayriders

    I was able to export without the error message if I create a sequence that uses the HDV 720p30 settings. When I pull in a clip I get the Clip Mismatch Warning, if I don't select Change sequence settings there are no issues with exporting. Problem is I want to retain the original settings of the GoPro video which is 720p 59.96 fps.

     
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    Nov 22, 2012 7:58 AM   in reply to southbayriders

    This OLD message http://forums.adobe.com/thread/567832 for Premiere 6 mentions problems when there is a mis-match in settings

     

    May not help in your situation, but is at least an indication that settings have caused problems all the way back to P6

     
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    Nov 22, 2012 8:31 AM   in reply to John T Smith

    Thank you, John, the link you provided gave me the information to solve this issue.

     

    I was trimming the video clip using QuickTime. If I take the raw video out of the GoPro camera, Exporting works perfectly even if I choose Change sequence settings to match the original clip.

     
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    Dec 18, 2012 7:56 PM   in reply to southbayriders

    Just to add a data point, having same error editting 1080P60 footage:

     

    New CS6 Premiere Set-up

    New Fresh win7 64bit install

    P9x79 Mobo - 64MB RAM

     

    3 Drives:

    OS - Raid 0  (2 - corsair force SSDs - 350 GB total) - 900/500MB Reads/writes

    Clips - Raid 10 (14 - 2 GB WD blacks - Areca controller#1 - 12.7 TB total) - 1000/1000 MB Read/writes

    scratch/preview - Raid 0 (9 - corsair force SSDs - Areca controller#2 - 1.6 TB) - 3000/3000 MB Read/writes (yes - I know ;->)

     

    All drives NTFS and internal (so that is not the issue). Have NOT installed quicktime yet.
    Can't export back to orginal settings - but can for any other format.

     

    So it is something else beside a FAT32 and/or free space issue.

     
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