Shotcut fails to export video file

I go to export and the export fails. It writes a very small file, 48 bytes, as follows:

For settings I’ve got video mode = 1920x1080, 16:9, 25 fps, Progressing scan mode, colorspace = ITU-R BT.709. I tried 24.02 fps, same result.

I’m using Windows 10, v.22H2 on an ASUS ROG Strix Scar Edition GL703GE-IS74 Gaming Laptop. CPU = Intel i7-8750H @2.2GHz. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB (whatever that is, I don’t play games these days.) 16GB DDR4 RAM; C:=256GB ram + D:=1TB hard drive. Other programs have no problems with either drive and Shotcut ~does~ write this small file, exactly the same on the D: drive as on the C: Ergo the disk is not write protected.

Per Windows Task Manager, 5Gbyte memory used, 10Gbyte avail. Graph only shows a very slight bump as Shotcut tries to export. Not out of memory.

The time on the Jobs window (failed) is 00:00:00:15. At that point there is one clip, video. Has one filter, Gain/Volume. Removed that filter, no change in result.

I went thru my video and removed every filter on every audio clip. No change.
I removed every filter on every video clip. No change.
I removed every filter on every image clip. No change.
I removed the audio track. No change.
I removed the video track. No change.
I started a new project, put one image in (making a new track). No change, except the log is short! Here it is:

[h264_nvenc @ 0000024d7d0f1600] Loaded Nvenc version 9.0
[h264_nvenc @ 0000024d7d0f1600] Driver does not support the required nvenc API version. Required: 11.0 Found: 9.0
[h264_nvenc @ 0000024d7d0f1600] The minimum required Nvidia driver for nvenc is 456.71 or newer
[h264_nvenc @ 0000024d7d0f1600] Nvenc unloaded
Failed with exit code -1073741819
Failed with exit code -1073741819

Can anyone shed light on “Nvidia driver for nvenc”? I’d be OK for now if I could run off just the pentium.

This forum has a file on export failed with my same exit code -1073741819,

last issue, 2020 June. This problem is not mentioned that I can see. But, it’s obvious people don’t appreciate this resource…

Any help, I will be certain to post whatever resolution I wind up with, and also a link to the finished video.

There your problem. Turn off the hardware encoder option (within Shotcut’s Export) or upgrade the Nvidia driver. There is no special driver for nvenc; it is simply the graphics driver.

Wow, it was that simple? I hunted for that checkbox but for some reason could not find it. Thank you! I’m now doing some final tweeks on the video, will post a link here.

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