Where are you trying to Export the files to? Is it a local hard disk in your PC or an external or network drive?
Also make sure you have enough hard disk space in the location that you are writing
I have 200gb free... anyway, I just now tried and it worked no problem. Maybe it was just a glitch that shutting down and restarting corrected. Thanks!
Neema and Warren
well, just my hard drive, then tried an external, just a mac at home. Thanks for the idea...
I have 200gb free... anyway, I just now tried and it worked no problem. Maybe it was just a glitch that shutting down and restarting corrected. Sometimes you get so deep in the work you forget that a glitch is sometimes just... a glitch.
Neema and Warren
But it is nice to know what the glitch is caused by, if you can find out, in order to stop it happening again.
Has anyone ever figured out what causes this problem? I've been getting it a lot lately, and it's not even when I'm trying to export. Just working regularly in multitrack mode. It is admittedly a very large session, though. That might be it, but can anyone make useful suggestions on how to prevent this problem?
Really need a lot more detail about your setup and say this last session
As well as providing this detail maybe you could also post the sesx file or send it to me at info at aatranslator dot com dot au
Thanks, SuiteSpot! I'll email you the sesx file. I'm still using CS6, on 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium, 16GB or RAM, and this happens only when I'm working in this particular sesx session or the many versions of it I've saved as new files. It's drawing on a lot of files, using some live effects (though I keep them pre-rendered). And this error pops up kind of randomly (that is to say, there's nothing specific that I'm aware of that I'm doing that triggers it.)
Its 3:15am here so I will be a little brief.
Here are my thoughts.......
It could be that it is a very large session and the drive is struggling with it but I don't think that is it
I see you are writing to your D drive (no big deal there) and I note that you are not using a German language version of Audition (if there is such a thing and probably strange I should say that) so the only thing that is jumping out at me (and I'm not saying that it is this) is that there are a couple of files with non-English characters eg
"D:\PROJECTS\Baltimore Waltz\Source Music\Museum Music\Acte III - Cruelle mÃ¨re des amours (PhÃ¨dre).WAV"
"D:\PROJECTS\Baltimore Waltz\Source Music\Deutschland Ãœber Alles\Splatzen Ãœber Alles Mixdown 1.wav"
So as an easy test to see if they are the problem just remove those files (and any others like them) from your session and save the session under a different name
Does it have a problem saving if it does then that isn't the problem
Will check back in the morning but must sleep now zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I'm also having this problem. I'm using a MacBook Pro and Audition CC. It was working until this session and I am using 23 tracks, most only seconds long but 2 up to 6.5 minutes long.
I have tried: uninstalling and reinstalling audition
updating to Sierra
and deleting a lot of old files even though I have hundreds of available gigs.
One thing I did notice though is that the place at the bottom right of the screen that says gb available goes from 738 to 438 as it freezes and gives me an error.
Does this happen with every session - or just this one?
What happens if you create a new session and save it?
If you want to email me the sesx file (info at aatranslator dot com dot au) it may throw some light on things
I also get this error constantly, using Audition CC 220.127.116.11 (latest edition) on Windows 10 with my tracks and session saved to an internal SSD with 615GB free space. I have only one wav file and one session open. After the error appears the multitrack session goes silent.