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  1. #1 RedCine export FREEZE!!!! 
    Please fix the bug that multiple people are experiencing with multiple clips being exported from RedCine. It will do a clip or two and then freeze on one frame for the entire length of the export. Even goes into subfolders that way if selected. This is happening on ProRES HQ exports.
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    Senior Member Shawn Booth's Avatar
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    It happens from time to time regardless of the codec/compression you're using. Try doing it again, using Anders' RedCine Reset, or deleting your library RedCine folder and then attempt it again.

    Also, try and remember this is a beta program. Not sure this is worthy of a complaint.
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    I seem to have found a solution that is working for me consistently - turning airport off.
    Someone else posted about not using the internet.
    Nothing else I tried solved the problem, but since I started turning off Wifi, have rendered dozens of files no problems until the hard drive is full.
    Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Booth View Post
    Also, try and remember this is a beta program. Not sure this is worthy of a complaint.
    Say that when you have a bunch of 4K 16:9 files to export.
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    "Also, try and remember this is a beta program. Not sure this is worthy of a complaint."

    Well, when this is pretty much the only way to get about an hour an a half of footage from a music video in a useable/editable form, yeah, I'd say it's worthy.
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    Okay, it's worthy.
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    Keep your 4k2/1, 2k16x9, and etc... seperate.

    total frames count under 40,000 per batch.

    5600K Day lights footage only.

    2K 3200k uses Alert

    Tek
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