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The sheep noise marks a failed render (as you obviously found out), but if Ae keeps getting stopped at 1:17 then there's a problem with that frame. Go to that spot in your timeline and look at what's happening.
- Is there a keyframe
- Does a certain layer appear at that exact frame
- Do you have an effect or expression triggering something right there
- Are you referencing external media that has gone offline?
Lots of things can cause this problem but you have a good start because there's consistency with the failure.
Hey all...I'm having the same problem sporadically except it's not giving me a specific spot it's failing. I'm getting the error message An output module failed. The file may be damaged or corrupted. (-1610153464)
To the best of my knowledge, nothing is corrupted or damaged. It plays through on preview fine. Nothing squirrely.
It is a very long file--1hr30min. It's not making it past a minute 1/2 though. I'm rendering to a (have tried several) external disk with no less than 700GB available. The drives are connected to my mac via both direct connection as well as a USB3 7-port hub (plugable).
try to turn on the airplane mode .