Error on rendering cineform files with Adobe After Effects

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I am having problem on trying to refurnish a cineform.mov file from Adobe After Effects CS5.5.

I got an error from After Effects similar to the screenshot below.

I am really lost right now.

I can do the render option in other cineform files with After Effects CS4 and Adobe Premiere CS5; I am stuck with this error right now.

I hope someone can help me with this puzzling issue I encounter when trying to render a Cineform Quicktime file from After Effects CS5. I get a file may be corrupt message when attempting to render from After Effects. But the strange thing is that I tried rendering cineform avi files from After Effects CS5 without an issue. Also I am able to render Cineform Quicktime files from After Effects CS4 and it does not raise any complaint. I tested out rendering cineform Quicktime files from Premiere CS5 and this works perfectly too. The problem seems to exist only with After Effects CS5. But unfortunately, this is the application I use to create most of my work. I require the files to be in Quicktime format to permit me to import them into a DCDP encoding software. Can anyone here suggest a fix or workaround to resolve this problem? Your help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Error:

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After Effects error: Rendering error while writing to file "H:Red_test.mov". An output module failed. The file may be damaged or corrupted. (-1610153464)

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Error on rendering cineform files with Adobe After Effects

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As the error message indicates, the file that you are refurnish has been corrupted, and therefore that process cannot be successful. In case you have that file on a CD, then it could be having scratches that are preventing the DVD drive from reading the data from the CD. And therefore I will suggest that you copy the file to the desktop of your computer and then try refurnishing it again. Or if you had a backup of the file on some other location on your computer you will need to try refurnishing the file from there. The file may have been corrupt bay a virus or malware.

-Experttechyv

 

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