Runtime Error

I tried to render test movie with sound, the Application crash with message

"<Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library>
This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application’s support team for more information."

Is there way around this? The animation folder is total of 645 MB the file was converted from Animate Pro to Harmony. I am on the PC Windows7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 Intel i7-2600 3.40GHz 8 gigs of ram

Any help or suggestions appreciated.
Thank you.

You ran out of memory. If you are trying to render to movie in 1920x1080 for example and the scene is long, the memory will be exceeded. On Windows the maximum memory for an application is around 1.7 G so even if you have 8 Gig on your machine they cannot be utilised. In the 64 bit version it will but not in the 32 bit version that you have now.

What you could do is render out a sequence of images and then use another program to create the movie from these images. This way you don’t have to keep in memory all the calculation of the frames plus the final images plus the movie and sound.

If you have big bitmap images in your scene you could use the Preference>Network> Enable External Read if Image is bigger than… to help memory wise by splitting the calculation of those big raster images.

If you have access to Harmony database you could use the batch render of QuickTime. This option in database mode has been optimized to do just that, render all the frames then create a QuickTime as another process.

Steve, Thank you so much for your reply. Sad to hear that my brand new HP computer can’t do what my 4 year old iMac can. ;( I will break the SC down to chunk and go from there.