The amount of RAM shouldn't be important - what type of camera is the file from? Have you submitted the crash report that appears when you relaunch the app after a crash?
Trying to encode a large file M2T, 33 GB. Crashes at 60%. The computer 32 GB of RAM.
Trying to encode a large file M2T, 33 GB. Crashes at 60%. The computer 32 GB of RAM. Rewrap.
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The file is made in the program Coral VideoSduio 7. Filmed with Sony HDR-SR11E. I want to import the file into Final Cut Pro X. Does not work. To do this, convert it with a program ClipWarp 2.6. ClipWarp 60% just stops and hangs with the status of processing. Have to close the program. Therefore, the error report no.
file: BDAV: 31,0 Gb, 4 ч. 17 м.
1 Video stream: AVC (High@L4.0) (CABAC / 2 Ref Frames)
1 Audio stream: AC-3
Do you still have access to the source media? Once you've used an intermediary program, you've created files in a new format, which likely don't conform to the specification of AVCHD. Ideally you'd use the raw camera source files.