I've used Hitfilm Express on my low-spec laptop, and had no problems exporting footage. But, when I use Hitfilm on my high-spec PC, the program crashes as soon as I export any video, even if the video being exported is an empty composite shot.
Ok, let's list the specs of both computers. CPU, GPU, OS, RAM and storage.
Wild guess, the high-spec has an Nvidia GPU: https://hitfilm.com/forum/discussion/44621/using-hitfilm-express-pro-2017-on-machines-with-nvidia-optimus#latest
I don't have the laptop with me, sorry!
Processor: Intel Core i7-6700RAM: 16 GB64-Bit Operating SystemNVIDIA GeForce GTX 960
Nvidia. Yup, see above link.
The Nvidia driver issue prevents navigation to the edit screen. We are not aware of any crashes however.
This sounds like a different issue.
@DannyDev I didn't think that exact bug would probably be the issue, but, AS a known issue I figured it was a good starting point. There are times when you wonderful devs point out a driver upgrade as a solution for things I'd never suspect. ;-)
Hit Film works fine, But right as I export a file Hit Film crashes. It didn't do this before and it just started. I have restarted my computer many times and have updated everything it just wont work. Any help?
Would this be the case for a 1060 gtx as well with i7?
I just got this laptop and have edited 3 videos so far with it. All the sudden JUST today this has now stopped.
If I click to send to editor que, the program freezes up completely. Alternatively if I just click the Editor button, the program freezes as well.
No errors, but it's completely locked up. I can't click anything in the software at all and it respond. I've rebooted and tried again, same thing.
Even if I freshly open hitfilm and open nothing, if I click Export tab, the software is now locked up completely. I can't open any projects.
I can't rollback drivers as this laptop is about 5 days old
I downloaded the Gforce experience and it suggested a newer driver from September 20th. After installing this, I can now get back into the Export tab without crashes.
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