That's a Quicktime error. Reinstall QT and get rid of flakey Codecs on your system. and not to shatter your illusions: 22GB is not much. You may have tons of temporary files somewhere sucking up all your drive space, which may be the actual cause of the problem, also.
No, that's not the case because I run daily CCleaner so it clears all the temporary files.
Hi HR and everyone that have the problem error (-1610153453)
In my case I solved the problem changing the destination folder, I was rendering in a folder with a non english character! in my spanish language we have the "Ñ" ('n' with a wave on top ) after effects mp4 codec NO Ñ or cyrillic, etc...
I finally solve it thanks the russian friends: (http://nix-studio-edition.ru/tutorials/faq/1083-ae-1610153453.html) and Google translator
Hope it helps to desperate workers
THE SOLUTION IS rendering to a path that does not contain spaces nor special characters (like underscores or hyphens), FOR INSTANCE: