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  • Fri, Oct 16 2020 10:10 PM

    • Leuii
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    NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

    I am trying to transcode clips that are .mov AVC Long-GOP High (HD1080p) 60fps. It does not matter what target video resoultion I choose, I still get this message. I have also tried both choosing a different destination drive as well as moving the original clips to a different drive and I still get the message. The only thing I can successfully transcode is a sequence (I learned this when I accidentally selected the sequence rather than the clip). I am currently running Avid 2020.9 on Windows 10.

    The full message reads:

    Exception: NEMFileWriter::ExecuteInternal TIMEOUT - NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

  • Mon, Oct 19 2020 3:27 PM In reply to

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    Re: NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

    Leuii:

    I am trying to transcode clips that are .mov AVC Long-GOP High (HD1080p) 60fps. It does not matter what target video resoultion I choose, I still get this message. I have also tried both choosing a different destination drive as well as moving the original clips to a different drive and I still get the message. The only thing I can successfully transcode is a sequence (I learned this when I accidentally selected the sequence rather than the clip). I am currently running Avid 2020.9 on Windows 10.

    The full message reads:

    Exception: NEMFileWriter::ExecuteInternal TIMEOUT - NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

    Leuil

    Google search is your friend....  a lot of scoop out there on this one....

    If possible:

    1. Copy the media to a fast local drive on your workstation.

    2. Transcode on that drive, then... 

    3. Copy the transcoded media back up to the server.

    If that doesnt work, google the error.

    Marianna

    Director of CSM | Customer Advocate [view my complete system specs]
  • Sat, Oct 31 2020 2:48 AM In reply to

    • Leuii
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    Re: NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

    As I mentioned in the question, I've already tried this. I also cannot find any other fix on google. Thanks for your help though, I appreciate the quick response.

  • Mon, Jan 25 2021 3:16 PM In reply to

    • coaviv
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    Re: NEMFileWriter has detected upstream pipe stall...

    Did you solve the problem?

    I have the same problem.

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