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Log In Create A New Profile Forum List > Café LA > Topic Advanced "File error: Access denied" message on attempting to render Posted by Kit L Jump to forum ... Or better, if it's on a separate volume as you say, just set that volume to ignore permissions altogether. I have never seen this message before. simple sequence (one clip!) and a single typewriter effect via the viewer over the clip. check over here
I have run Cocktail (to repair permissions). Make sure the directory is writable. Searched here and over at CC; nothing has worked so far. TIA, KL Reply Quote Jeff Harrell Re: "File error: Access denied" message on attempting to render March 17, 2010 01:33AM Moderator Registered: 8 years ago Posts: 3,410 Sounds like the permissions https://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/8/1151109
Reply Quote Thanks. I will try this tomorrow. HD (Apple ProRes 422); sequence settings 1280 x 720p 25.
Café LA Café LA - X Adobe Premiere Pro CC Avid Media Composer Foro FinalCutPro Jobs lafcpug Market News and Announcements THE ARCHIVES (These forums are READ ONLY) Color Compressor - Just checked and all drives have that box checked. I have reset scratch disks so all files (including project file) and footage are on different internal disks. Any suggestions?
All the news now and in your digital future Welcome! Could it just be that folder, I wonder? v. As a moving super, has to be rendered, but trying to render video produces this message.
Reply Quote Kit L Re: "File error: Access denied" message on attempting to render March 17, 2010 01:45AM Registered: 8 years ago Posts: 59 Sadly, no; if only it were that