So I am fairly a beginner at this whole Photoshop thing so I'm honestly not very good and everything is so new to me. I decided to make a video and spent a lot of time on it. Only one problem. In the end, I can't export my video.
This is what I did. First, I clicked Export, then Render Video. I chose Adobe Media Encoder and the H.264 format. I left everything else the way it was. Then, I clicked render, but it says, "Cannot render to the file '...mp4' because it is currently open."
This doesn't really make sense to me because how am I supposed to export the video without having the file open? And I don't have another one open anywhere else. I don't know how to export my video and I can't seem to find anyone else who has a similar issue. So can someone help me please? I would really appreciate it! Thanks!
*I pray that this is not a dumb question*
Try changing the output file location and name. If the message does not state which file is currently open and is causing a problem.. Make sure the output file you are trying to save is a new file. One that does not exists.
Ever figure out how to resolve this?
I was having the same problem and couldn't find any help online. I finally got it to work by FILE - EXPORT - RENDER - and then once the render window opens up I just changed the name of the file and then it rendered just fine. Good luck!