Try using the Adobe Media Encoder to render your AE comp using one of the YouTube presets. If that does not work then please tell us about your machine, what version of AE you are using, and what your comp is like. Just telling us it crashes does not give anyone enough to go on to even guess at the solution to your problem.
I've put down my version in the post, and this doesn't happen all the time.
Probably a performance issue, since you only render to a single drive. When it fails other processes probably cause heavy file I/O activity and AE can't append the frames to the file.... Also, since it's your system drive, it may be heavily fragmented and filled with lots of temporary data, which may also have sideeffects on writing large contiguous files such as video clips... Well, whatever, we can't know for sure. As Rick said, not enough info. You would have to monitor process activity in Resource Monitor and enable "Extra per Frame Info" in AE's render logging to even begin.
Check the relevant pop-up on teh render queue.
Screen shot this please, I'm having trouble searching through all my render settings to activate that checkbox I can't find. :/
Got the exact same error, solved it by replacing some special norwegian characters in folder name.
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Yes you are right. Replacing some "ä" "ü" and "ö" in my renderpaths solved the problem.
I wonder why something like this happens in the year 2013?
The same thing happend to me, but the problem was the size of the comp, it was wrong.
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I have recently made a intro for a user on youtube, I go to render the intro and I get this:
after effects: Rendering Error while writing to file (-1610153453)
1280 X 720
Audio output: 48.000 kHz
Video bitrate: 120
After effects version:
I've reinstalled Quicktime, and I've redone the settings, I am rendering it in my C:/ drive, the only one
I've only encountered this error about 5 times and It's starting to get VERY annoying.
Hi Forum i just have the some error today, and i solve, if u have that error is because u put your save in many folders for exemple:
Try just that:
Hi, this topic was posted 2 years ago, I'm quite suprised this is still being replied to..
Well, I should stop being lazy and start looking at my inbox.
Also, I don't have this problem, I don't even know of it anymore, thanks for your help though, and sorry for wasting your time
Hi. I encountered the same problem as "MUFFINS", and I will put here the characteristics of the source file and the composition. They´re are in text (source file) and jpg image (composition settings). My After Effects is CS 6 ver. 184.108.40.206.
The problem is an error message equal to MUFFINS reproted. (Rendering Error while writing to file (-1610153453)
Thanks in advance.
Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media / Version 2
Codec ID : mp42
File size : 64.9 MiB
Duration : 2mn 1s
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 4 477 Kbps
Format : AVC
Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
Format profile : Main@L3.2
Format settings, ReFrames : 3 frames
Format settings, GOP : M=4, N=60
Width : 1 280 pixels
Height : 720 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate mode : Constant
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
You should also check your time ruler... if its "after effects error rendering error while writing to file 1610153453"
This is an i/o performance Problem... dont write the file on the same drive your read. Well... your writing drive must be faster then your reading drive.
Hi there, now I had got a same problem. but I could not understand it.
I tried rendering as MP4 / H.264 format. as a result, I got a problem.
and I tried many solution following the posts. but it did not work.
anyway, I solved I just change the rendering option MP4 to MOV same H.264.
I don't understand it plz, tell me more clear if someone solved it. Thanx.
how did you solve this issue because i still have this error
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Check the path of your output file that not contains latin characters.
I've got the same error code. The source file and the render out put file was in a folder with the name "diseño". Later I move the file to another path without a latin characters on it and it solve the issue.
Please start a new thread if you are still having these troubles. No one can help you here.
Solved by removing an apostrophe from the comp, file, and folder name.
I have just encountered this problem.
I have been rendering the same files over and over, fine tuning etc. I decided to try to speed up rendering by allowing multiple processors to handle the threads. As soon as I did this, ...Edit > preferences > Memory & Multi threading.... and enabled multi threading, I encountered the error message. I tried dinking around with some settings but they didn't change anything. As soon as I restarted AE, I unchecked the Multi threading option and was back in business as usual.
That was helpful !
Tive que traduzir para poder ler à todos. Traduzam também.
Tive que tirar letras latinas, e, talvez seu After esteja salvo numa outra partição, C: e D:
I got the same issues.
Working on After Effects project, trying to render in H.264:
- I have already deleted luts effects
- Deleted some others effects that would be making this troble
- Changed the disk for the output
- Saved with norwegian characters
- Changed the GPU render to Mercury
- Created a new composition
- Exported to Premiere
- Changed the output format to QuickTime, AVI, and Windows Media
- Restarted my notebook
And the error is still there, everytime in a different frame in redering...
Please, if someone solved it, help us!
Estou tendo os mesmos problemas e já fiz praticamente de tudo, mas nada funcionou!
Maybe it can help someone : I had the same error message and I fixed it by rendering the video on another drive (switched from D:/ to C:/, on the desktop) and it worked like a charm !
Didn't change anything else, settings, etc.
Have a nice day !