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  • Sun, May 4 2014 6:07 PM

    • flbs
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    Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    Again I get the NewFileWriter:Execute Internal Timeout.NewFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall. I always get this, but usually I can get around it by loading some YouTube video to run at the same time to slow the processor down. This time I get this error no matter what I do, and have now spent two hole days trying to solve this. I do not understand that AVID do not fix this bug, effecting so many users. Has anybody come up with a solution. I try to import AVCHD files, each around 1½ hours long.

    MC ver. 7.0.3 Intel i7 with ssd harddrives, that should be super fast.

    Please help, it is driving me nuts.

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  • Sun, May 4 2014 7:33 PM In reply to

    • LKJ JKL
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    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    Maybe your SSD is too FAST -- !

    Maybe this helps

    ...................................

     

    here is what worked in my enviroment (z420, win7, MC 703):

     

    I got the error while transcoding clips from a canon xf105.

     

    What I  did:

    > clips are on an external SSD connected via usb 3 to the z420

    > bring clips via ama into the avid

    > consolidate to dnx185 onto the internal raid0 HDDs

    > get the Upsteam-Stall-Error (a lot of times!)

     

    solution:

    > connect the ext SSD to an usb 2 port - all works fine now, with tons of clips!

     

    good luck!

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  • Sun, May 4 2014 7:37 PM In reply to

    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    Does the problem still happen if you AMA link and transcode instead of importing?

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  • Mon, May 5 2014 6:27 AM In reply to

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    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    I did not try this as the each video file is more than 1½ hours long. I tried before and found the import to work best, but I will try again. I need to do multicam editing on the clips from 3 cameraes.

    I hope Avid will come up with a general fix for this problem.

     

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  • Mon, May 5 2014 7:03 AM In reply to

    • mjolnarn
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    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    Going through some of your old threads I can see that you seem to fear ama and also express in terms as " avoid ama "

    Avid has been on ama for quite some years now, MC4 I think and an ama link - transcode - and maybe relink in the end is a rather normal and accepted workflow nowadays.

    Maybe time to investigate ?

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    Tomas 

     

  • Mon, May 5 2014 8:47 AM In reply to

    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    flbs:
    I did not try this as the each video file is more than 1½ hours long. I tried before and found the import to work best, but I will try again. I need to do multicam editing on the clips from 3 cameraes.

    To each of your points: The duration of the clips shouldn't make any difference, and with AMA/transcode it should go considerably faster than a straight import.  What you intend to do with the clips also doesn't make any difference.

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  • Sat, May 10 2014 7:00 PM In reply to

    • flbs
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    Re: Once again Upstream pipe stall error.

    I have now tried to AMA link 6 AVCHD clips, each 1½ hours long. I was able to transcode 4 clips with no problem, but clip no. 5 just hangs after 13 seconds. No error message. I just can't figure out what is wrong. The clip plays fine in VLC player etc.

    In clip no 6 I get this error: Exception std: Exception, what AVCHD AudioDecoder: 8aea0099

    The clips not working are from the same camera that made OK clips. Any good suggestions to solve this? The amount of time I have spent on this is unbelieavble.

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