Fix repeated Render Errors and Fails
I have repeatedly attempted rendering EXR sequences from both Premiere and After Effects to no avail, changing locations, using the in-program renderer, changing to software render, and so on. It appears that the problem is one bad frame in a few of the sequences. Instead of just causing the render to fail completely, the renderer should simply skip over bad frames, leaving a blank frame, and continuing rendering the rest of the sequence. It would be much easier to fix footage this way than having to take a roundabout approach before being able to render. From what I can tell, this is a fairly common issue with no true solution (dropping frames is not good enough).
Below is an example of the report I get upon failing:
Error compiling movie.
Render returned error.
Writing with exporter: MPEG2
Writing to file: \?\F:\Senioritis\ww-composite_AME\28.mpg
Writing file type: mpg2
Around timecode: 00:00:08:20
Rendering at offset: 8.375 seconds
Component: MPEG2 of type Exporter
Error code: -1609629695
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
Would you have an example of a project that has frames failing to render ? That's weird