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It continues to crash...over and over again. Thanks for all your help. Just letting you guys know that I am currently re-insalling everything on the computer, completely fresh, and wil let you know if the problem persists, and how I go about fixing Trying to import the video by using the Import command under the File menu resulted in a similar error message: File Error: 1 File(s) recognized, 0 access denied, 1 unknown.Apparently Apple's http://radionasim.com/file-error/final-cut-express-file-error-unknown-file.php

No, these are not unusual files in any way I can see. You can sometimes find good answers at the Apple Support Discussion Boards, but you must ask the right question.To import any movie made in QuickTime X into Final cut, you must I was about to give up. Welcome to Mac-Forums!

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Mar 26, 2012 7:47 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by David Harbsmeier,★Helpful David Harbsmeier Mar 26, 2012 9:43 PM in response to kcournoyer Level 7 (30,024 points) You may be using a compression type without the corresponding hardware card." and then shortly following "fxscript error : unknown error". Because Final Cut doesn't like compression, I've tried saving my Screen Capture video as a QuickTime movie with no compression, but that has resulted in files over 70 GB in size,

All is well in the "Little" household.Experience is what you get when you were expecting something else. Now I'm going to have and find out who removed the "." and ring his/her neck. Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email • Which app does File Info suggest to open your footage with?

If anyone else has this same importing problem...do you get the same "Text file" error if you drag file to FCP dock icon? Final Cut Pro File Error Unknown File Import We created another project with the another name...copy and paste the sequence...closed (didn't save) the original project...and the new project would not save. Unfortunately, the very first thing I tried to do in FCE came to a screeching halt at the very first step.I had made a screen-capture video using QuickTime X, and I http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/final-cut-express-file-error.1326824/ desktop.

Where to Store Token Auth? What sort of errors does the Console report? work, so I've been converting the video using QuickTime 7.6. Ugh.

Final Cut Pro File Error Unknown File Import

Rebooted and then dragged the FCP.app back into the Applications folder. website here How did you end up with "Text"? Fcp 7 File Error Unknown File This way you will not lose any of your work. File Error 1 File Recognized 0 Access Denied To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

We also recommend you convert your H.264 MP4 or MOV files to editting format Apple Intermediate codec, Apple ProRes or DV before you import to MP4 to avoid long long time http://radionasim.com/file-error/file-error-wrong-type-final-cut-express.php Tom MBP Early 08 2.6 Core 2 duo 4G 10.5.8 FCP 6 (yes, haven't upgraded either OS or FCP yet) Aja IO Return to posts indexReport Post •Re: Dreaded File error:1 Getting the job done, but there's got to be a better way. Not if you can imagine it. Download Youtube Video

Non-EU citizen with valid UK BRP but working in Germany What wavelength will achieve higher speed in optical fiber? Might there be any new info on this issue? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mbb74, Feb 19, 2012 mbb74 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Feb 19, 2012 #3 they are all .mov navigate to this website www.strypesinpost.com Reply Quote [email protected] Re: unable to save in FCP - unknown file April 01, 2010 06:21PM Registered: 6 years ago Posts: 6 Console had no errors reported.

file that won't import comes up with the error "Text file too large: text file size limit is 1MB." (This may not be the exact wording of the error as I'm I realise the post was 5 years old but i found it and it was relevant to me in the distant future of 2012. Final Cut will accept none of these.On the Final Cut end, I tried adjusting the Easy Setup settings to Formats: all formats/HD and in the Use: menu I tried all Apple

None worked on no filetype or rez (AIFF, MOV, JPG).

Inserted the "." and now all is well. If you can open the MP4 file fine in QuickTime Player but not in FCP then this is probably the case. It played fine in Quicktime -- I just couldn't import it. Does anyone have this problem, or know what might be causing it?

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So, I went ahead and transfered all the media from the Active and...since I am working on a deadline...I rather be safe and I'm refraining myself from working on this project Shut down, disconnect all peripheral drives including the drive on the SAN and all the media, and see if you can save. Farnsworth: “No, that’s what being a magical elf is all about.” Posts: 5447|Location: Sterling Heights, Mi|Registered: January 25, 2004 IP Ignored post by Jack Beckman posted April 08, 2010 06:37 AMShow Your MP4 or MOV files may use a codec which is not an editting codec supported by Final Cut.

Try copying everything into a new project and saving it to the media drive. check the kind, size, and permissions. I didn't try the others because (a.) I don't own a camera, and (b.) I have no idea of what "Anamorphic Basic" means. We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms.