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All the news now and in your digital future Welcome! Any suggestions? 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 ... 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

Make sure the directory is writable. v. As a moving super, has to be rendered, but trying to render video produces this message. 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 -

Searched here and over at CC; nothing has worked so far. I have never seen this message before. I have reset scratch disks so all files (including project file) and footage are on different internal disks. I have run Cocktail (to repair permissions).

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 simple sequence (one clip!) and a single typewriter effect via the viewer over the clip. Just checked and all drives have that box checked. Reply Quote

Could it just be that folder, I wonder? I will try this tomorrow. Thanks. Or better, if it's on a separate volume as you say, just set that volume to ignore permissions altogether.

HD (Apple ProRes 422); sequence settings 1280 x 720p 25.