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  • Tue, Feb 26 2013 6:10 PM

    • MCA
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    Exception: Sequence refers to non-existent track in clip

    First post and very new to Avid, but loving it so far.

    I rendered out a MXF DNxHD (175 I think) from a coloring session in Divinci Resolve yesterday.   Here's where I think I screwed up...I put the MXF in my external hard drive folder for Avid Media Files/mxf/1.

    I tried first to see if "media tools" would recognize this mxf and I could bring the clip into the project, but it didn't show up.

    Here's the error message:  "Exception: Sequence refers to non-existent track in clip.Please turn off monitoring and re-edit references to the following clip. You may then re-enable monitoring.
    , clip: "clipname", missingTrack:V2

    I tried simply taking the clip out of the MXF folder to start over, but AVID is now stopping any progress with the above error message.  I did re-index the avid media files, but I have a feeling Avid made a copy of it somewhere and it lives somewhere on the drive.

    I have no idea how to "re-edit references" to the clip I rendered out of Resolve and the session in resolve only had one video track, so that's pretty strange as well.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.  I need to deliver this project by friday and work has come to an immediate stop.


  • Fri, Mar 25 2016 10:02 PM In reply to

    • anita96
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    Re: Exception: Sequence refers to non-existent track in clip

    Hi MCA,

    did you get any reply to that? It keeps happening to me all the time. Thanks, Anita

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