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monokh

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TimeStretcher fails

PostMon Feb 10, 2020 8:44 am

Using TimeStretcher node through Davinci resolve 16.1.2 on MacOS and it errors out.

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TimeStretcher1 failed at time 1


I tried on different footage, and a fresh fusion composition. Nothing seems to get it working. Is this a bug in the software or is there some sort of special trick to getting this to work?
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostMon Feb 10, 2020 4:02 pm

There is not enough information in your post to be able to help you, other than with a shot in the dark:

Is the number in the Source Time field a frame where an image exists?
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostTue Feb 11, 2020 3:56 pm

There certainly was an image at that time. It was difficult to tell what resolve was having issues with as there was no indications in its report.

It was due to the media format. After converting to .MOV, the issue was resolved.
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostWed Feb 12, 2020 11:46 pm

I have seen many examples where Timestretcher works totally as expected and it will suddenly stop working for no apparent reason.
The only solution seems to be to delete the Timestretcher node and create a new one which will then work normally for a few hours and then stop.
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostMon Jun 15, 2020 1:36 pm

Run into same issue with TS node. Use it first time in last version of Resolve Studio on simple clip and it fails to render with same "TimeStretcher1 failed at time 71" message. I think it's broken and need to fixed ASAP as it's only option to make speed ramp effect in Fusion
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostMon Jun 15, 2020 2:00 pm

Kirill Tupta wrote:Run into same issue with TS node. Use it first time in last version of Resolve Studio on simple clip and it fails to render with same "TimeStretcher1 failed at time 71" message. I think it's broken and need to fixed ASAP as it's only option to make speed ramp effect in Fusion

I'm going to quote Bryan here:

There is not enough information in your post to be able to help you, other than with a shot in the dark:

Is the number in the Source Time field a frame where an image exists?


Because usually when there's a specific message like this, usually the TS runs out of images.
Can you show us your setup? (copy/paste your nodes into a <code> block in your message)
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Re: TimeStretcher fails

PostMon Jun 15, 2020 4:07 pm

Maybe a cache issue I've had too. Re-try the whole process without any Fu cache involved...
If I remember well (actually, not sure at all), everything or nothing should be cached for the TS not to have issues, don't know what parts should be cached on what time, but making it work again by deleting and making another TS node may can make sense along with this theory...
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