I cannot export anything from the timeline, except with the default settings that Shotcut comes up with when I open the project file. I have tried every possible combination of encoder, hardware encoding options, parallel processing, quality, audio format, and NONE of them work. Every time I try something, the export progress gets stuck on 0%, and eventually throws the -1073741819 error.
I’ve updated my graphics drivers, I’ve monitored the memory usage, I’ve excluded melt.exe from my antivius, I’ve restarted my computer, I’ve checked for Shotcut updates, I’ve tried exporting from a previously functional backup, I’ve tried reinstalling Shotcut. It still throws -1073741819. My export settings worked on previous videos.
One thing that I have noticed though, is that if I copy my timeline into source, I can export using a limited set of settings. However, this causes some strange and seemingly random audio clipping.
Also, having recounted what I did before these issues started, I think that me setting the project’s video mode from automatic to HD 1080p60 is what caused these issues. I noticed that my main video track and my audio track were no longer in sync, because every single clip that I had added in was a tiny bit shorter. Setting the project’s video mode back to automatic does not undo this change. My guess is that the clips had a framerate higher/lower than 60 fps, and were shortened to compensate for this.
Is there any way for me to revert, or apply some sort of filter/setting onto my project to set my clips to their original length? Is there some way to prevent the -1073741819 error?
I’m on Windows 10 build 19042.985
I’m on Shotcut 21.05.18, 64-bit
My system specs are included in the attached ZIP.
I’ve included several job logs, as well as an XML for my export.
logs.zip (87.6 KB)