blueguerilla Posted February 24 Report Share Posted February 24 So I recently set up a new laptop as my production machine. I have a big show coming and am trying to finalize my production pipeline. I fired up the same show from last year, and files that were fine last year, are now showing Quicktime Error 2095. These are all HAP files encoded with Adobe Media Encoder. This is content and a show that ran flawlessly last year, and now my new machine cannot read any of the files? What is especially weird is that every file that I rendered and then encoded has this error, but a bunch of videos that were from a third party, sent in ProRes 422 (same format as all my renders) and that I encoded into HAP on the same media encoder preset, have no error. This is consistent throughout all the media. Can anyone explain to me what is going on here? Why would HAP files be erroring when they played back fine previously? How could two files that were encoded with the same HAP preset have different results? I had previously made this post back in January as I was making plans for this show. I am planning to encode with Joyko Media Encoder, those files appear to be fine in Watchout with my tests I have done, but now I am concerned that Watchout is having issues with HAP files. It is especially concerning that files that worked a year ago are no longer playable. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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