Where is your Destination folder located?
Un-check the Option Show Add Photos Screen under Preferences>>General
Also uncheck the "Use Graphics Processor" under Edit>>Preferences>.Performance
Then Export to a new Folder on your Desktop
Thanks for trying to solve my problem. My usual folder for videos is the Videos folder in Windows.
I unchecked the option you stated, and I disabled the graphics processer preference. Just tried to make a short video of 10 slides and it did the same thing. About 10% of the way through the process, LR shuts down.
Any other ideas? As I stated before, everything worked fine until the update from 6.1 to 6.2.1
- Please make sure QuickTime is up to date on your Computer
- Also, Check for Graphics card drivers update from manufacturer's website
- Try Resetting Preferences in Lightroom CC/6 | Lightroom Blog after backing up your catalog
- Create a new Lightroom catalog import few Pictures and create a Video slideshow
Let us know if that helps
Quicktime says it is up to date.
Current drivers for video. I am using an HP laptop and the integrated Intel graphics.
I had already reset the preferences
Made a new catalog with 10 photos
Still shuts down
Run Lightroom as Administrator
Right click Lightroom icon on Desktop and select "Run as Administrator"
Then export slideshow to your Desktop
Sorry, strike 3. I thought it was going to work as it went to the 10% pretty fast, but then faltered and closed.
I have more batters, so don't worry about one out.
I am tempted to just delete it, and go back to 6.1. I don't like the new import dialog box anyway. Much like many.
But hit me with more suggestions......
That's what I did today after I read that there will soon be a new update that will reinstate the old Import dialog box. Thanks for trying to solve the problem. All is well.
Hi. Back again. I just updated to 6.3 in hopes that the problem is fixed. But it still will not allow me to export a video from the slideshow module. It still gets around 10% then Lightroom shuts down. I have rolled back again to 6.1.1. I sure hope you can fix this problem.
One more piece to the puzzle. I installed LR on my wife's laptop, too. It is the same as mine. Same problem. Works with 6.1.1 but not when upgraded to 6.3. 11% of video completes then LR shuts down.
Laptops are HP Pavilion dm4
Solution found, at least on one of my computes. I see there is a lack of interest in my problem since no one has replied to my previous posts, but maybe I can help someone with my solution.
I asked a few photo friends if they had the problem and none did. But I also noticed that all my computers are using the Intel HD video system on the motherboard. None of my friends were. I downloaded the latest drivers from Intel and that did not fix the problem. On my desktop, at least I had the option of adding a dedicated video card. So I bought a Radeon chipset card, installed it, and then tried. I got a different error.
It said "Sequencer Defunct" when I tried to go to the Slideshow module. I found the fix for that:
so, If you have this problem, try to get the most recent update for your video driver, or if you have the Intel HD video built in, buy a dedicated video card. Hopefully Adobe will fix this problem with 6.4 and I will be able to use my laptop again to export video. I have backed it up to 6.1.1 so it does work.
I just had a thought. I will try this fix on the laptop to see if that does anything. Can't hurt.