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NY & L.A. Is there any FCP codec that will let me bring in weird sizes... " Hi Its a legacy QuickTime thing - codecs use macroblocks of like 16x16 or 4x4 pixels to Pavel __________________ The fish is the last to know the water. I have had the external drive for a few weeks and have edited most of my footage with it, so I don't think that's the problem. http://radionasim.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-6-codec-error.php

You may be using a compression type...by kyler boudreau on Jun 17, 2010 at 5:04:28 amReloaded the entire system for the second time because after about a month of using Compressor JeremyReturn to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found. Create an account Calgary FCPUG ForumsFinal Cut StudioTroubleshootingHELP! So am I safer keeping them at both even dimensions? https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/1091421

See The Different Membership Tiers. And now Avid supports Matrox cards so I'm probably just gonna go back." For monitoring only. SUBSCRIBE | LOGINforumstutorials & featuresnewsblogsjobsservicesnewsletterFORUMS: list search recent postsCodec not found. Looks to me you can only get a video that is all on one timeline onto a BluRay.

Thanks again! You may be using a compression type without the corresponding hardware card." I will try a workaround where I create the file with XDCAM and then convert that file into Another one is 1438x823. _______________________ kyler boudreau http://www.theatereleven.com ph.310.425.2231 Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found. For this particular project I did encode with compressor but now am doing all future projects with Mpeg Streamclip.

You may be using a compression type...by kyler boudreau on Jul 13, 2010 at 8:18:58 pmOkay, I'm getting nowhere real fast. Nov 16, 2011 2:13 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Grenadier, Michael Grenadier Nov 16, 2011 9:44 PM in response to salute11 Level 7 (20,362 points) Now, render each clip in that section until you find the offending clip. http://www.calgaryfcpug.com/troubleshooting/7560-help-codec-not-found-no-corresponding-hardware.html I did indeed have my file saved in CMYK format, that was the issue.

I changed this file to a .png and it renders perfect. Those functions are project dependent. It's very important I get this corrected immeadiately. Nov 2, 2011 5:30 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Grenadier, Michael Grenadier Nov 3, 2011 7:17 AM in response to EpicSummerMovie Level 7 (20,362 points)

Board Categories FCP.Co Final Cut Pro Forum - Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) - Free FCPX Plugins and Templates - - Templates - - Colour Correction - - Film Looks & Go Here Reply Quote Re: HELP! Disable any stock shots (select the clip and type Control+B) and re-render.4. While working on a scene in the middle of my project, I decided to crop the video with the wireframe tool, but when I told FC to render a message popped

Wish I would have know that before Apple told me to trash all my preferences and I lost all my favorites! get redirected here You may be using a compression type without the corresponding hardware card." the second MSG appears when I try to open a new sequence, double clicking in the sequence" "out of Any help is appreciated Reply Quote Re: Compression Codec Not Found (April 19, 2010 10:59AM) Ken Stone Admin First off, did you Trash Prefs this way? [www.kenstone.net] Did you transcode your Country Products Search avid.com| store| contact| help |login |Join Search Entire Site Forums -- Avid AirSpeed Developer Foru -- Avid AMA Developer Forum -- Avid Artist | DNxIO -- Avid AVX

Compressor is lazy and just follows the original dimensions but you don't want this - tell it to behave by using the geometry tab on the Inspector (the one with triangles, My software: Pro Maintenance Tools - Tools to keep Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro running smoothly and fix problems when they arise All of my ProRes 422 codecs had "disappeared" from the "Library/QT" folder. http://radionasim.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-file-i-o-error-render.php you may be using..." Reply Contact what/where is "Installers\AvidCodecsPE"??

You will probably have to add custom padding due to your weird aspect ratios as well. So....I just conformed the sequence to the longer of the two and planned on rendering the other (they came from the same source, same day). And now this screeching audio thing is just not acceptable - I'll lose my hearing if that keeps up.

You may be using a compression type...by Chris Hankins on Jan 27, 2016 at 5:45:20 pmTips like this are why I LOVE this forum.

Is that what was the whole problem the entire time? Is there some type of calculation I can perform before recording these? _______________________ kyler boudreau http://www.theatereleven.com ph.310.425.2231 Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found. I got the red render line when I put the clip in the Pro Res timeline. With tapeless workflows all I need is an ability to monitor HD.

The hardware costs were the main bad point for Avid. Codec not found, no corresponding hardware! You can find the Avid Codecs PE installer under Installers\AvidCodecsPE.source: Avid Knowledge Base HP xw8400 - 6GB RAM | W7 64 bit | MC 5.5.2 | Adrenaline with DNxcel Sony Vaio my review here Large project is completely rendered.

The full error messege is "Codec not found. It's not like my Mac Pro new 8 core with 16GBs of Ram should have that issue..... If so, what is it?Final Cut Pro: Will Motion 4 be usable on a 13" MacBook Air?What is the best Final Cut Pro substitute for Windows 7?Which Macbook is best for Sign up for Larry’s FREE Weekly Newsletters.

You may be using a compression type without the corresponding hardware card." Getting the above in FCP7 / Snow Leopard when trying to render an Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) Quicktime. that project files don't exceed 100 MB in size. I'm using all Apple hardware except the Matrox card - didn't even jump for cheaper 3rd party RAM on this thing. What Mac and Mac OS are you running?

FCP only recognises certain fixed sizes for Pro Res - if your frame size is anything other than 1920 by 1080 it no like. etc. You may be using a compression type...COW Forums : Apple Final Cut Pro Legacy << PREVIOUS • FAQ • VIEW ALL • PRINT • I would suggest to anyone encountering this problem in the future that they remove the offending graphic from their sequence until they resolve the conflict.

iMac 2.7 GHz Intel 4 Core i5 16 GB memory MacBook Pro 17" 2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM OWC RAID 5 with 3TB (2) External So go to good old Compressor and convert or reconvert whatever exotic clip format and dimensions you are using into ProRes (yes even if you had what you thought was already Nov 3, 2011 6:10 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Grenadier, Michael Grenadier Nov 3, 2011 6:15 PM in response to EpicSummerMovie Level 7 (20,362 points) The footage will be letterboxed, but you can always crop that out later on your final encode.