How full is your hard drive?
Try saving your AE project with a new name and encoding that.
Try rendering to a production codec out of AE's renderer queue and then use the resulting file in the Adobe Media Encoder to make the MP4.
I'm cleaning my hard drive right now! And I will try both of your tips! I'll let you know if it helped
Ok, so I tried it, but After Effects crashes at the same time where AME crashes. So it has to do something with the video?
It's getting worse. Everytime I try to do anything with the video/beginning of the video, AE crashes. If I put my timeindicator on the beginning, crash. Trying to delete the video, crash...
Where did this video file come from?
Do today's updates to the Adobe software help?
Are you still facing this problem with AME not rendering your comp? If not, let us know how you solved it. If so, please let us know so we can assist you further.
I just stopped working on the project. It worked when I tried it again in another project!
Same problem here - I got this:
Error compiling movie.
GPU Render Error
Unable to process frame.
Writing with exporter: QuickTime
Writing to file: D:\wip\Dunedin Suite\ProfileSophie (Financial & TMT).mov
Around timecode: 00:00:00:08
Rendering effect: AE.ADBE Lumetri
Rendering at offset: 0.320 seconds
Component: EffectFilter of type GPUVideoFilter
Error code: -1609629695
I got a similar error when I tried rendering as an MP4.
My D drive has plenty of space, and works fine with every other app.