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This topic contains 5 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  YoungHoBAE 7 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #14477

    YoungHoBAE
    Participant

    Currently working on removing, and I have 16 bit per channel tiff sequence file (48 bit in all)
    and I keep getting this message saying

    “Tiff.writebuffer setup error” No Space for output buffer

    I have not much experience with Mokey and I have no idea how to fix this.
    Can anyone give me idea how to troubleshoot it?

    Thanks for reading

  • #26937

    YoungHoBAE
    Participant

    Currently working on removing, and I have 16 bit per channel tiff sequence file (48 bit in all)
    and I keep getting this message saying
    “Tiff.writebuffer setup error” No Space for output buffer
    I have not much experience with Mokey and I have no idea how to fix this.
    Can anyone give me idea how to troubleshoot it?
    Thanks for reading

  • #22225

    martinb
    Keymaster

    Hi YoungHo BAE,
    Try changing your output format to DPX. You can change this by going to the dropdown in the Default Clip Settings tab under Preferences.

  • #22228

    martinb
    Keymaster

    Hi YoungHo BAE,

    Try changing your output format to DPX. You can change this by going to the dropdown in the Default Clip Settings tab under Preferences.

  • #26938

    YoungHoBAE
    Participant

    First of all, I really appreciate your time and concerns.
    I have tried the way you suggested, and after changing that into DPX,
    there were two issues.

    First, after changing the setting as you suggested, “remove result” still comes in Tiff format. (minor problem)

    Seceond, program automatically shuts down when I go full resolution and try removing. After about 24 frames, it shows the same message. (major problem)
    and it shut down right away.

    I have tried several different methods on my own, such as
    Trying in different Resolutions, and going down to 8 bit channel.
    (For your information, there is no problem doing it in half Res, or Quarter.
    I tried using 8 bit per channel instead of 16, and it works.)

    However, i am unable to work in full resolution, 16 bit per channel set.
    (I tried with several different computers, workstations and it just doesn make much difference. )

    I even tried to use DPX(16 bit per channel) file as source instead using Tiff,
    and still cannot get it right.

    If this is not much trouble for you, can you let me know if there is anything
    I should do for this?

    Thank you very much.

    Young

  • #26939

    YoungHoBAE
    Participant

    First of all, I really appreciate your time and concerns.
    I have tried the way you suggested, and after changing that into DPX,
    there were two issues.
    First, after changing the setting as you suggested, “remove result” still comes in Tiff format. (minor problem)
    Seceond, program automatically shuts down when I go full resolution and try removing. After about 24 frames, it shows the same message. (major problem)
    and it shut down right away.
    I have tried several different methods on my own, such as
    Trying in different Resolutions, and going down to 8 bit channel.
    (For your information, there is no problem doing it in half Res, or Quarter.
    I tried using 8 bit per channel instead of 16, and it works.)
    However, i am unable to work in full resolution, 16 bit per channel set.
    (I tried with several different computers, workstations and it just doesn make much difference. )
    I even tried to use DPX(16 bit per channel) file as source instead using Tiff,
    and still cannot get it right.
    If this is not much trouble for you, can you let me know if there is anything
    I should do for this?
    Thank you very much.
    Young

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