Fix “Video rendering error: 10008” in Final Cut Pro

Fix “Video rendering error: 10008” in Final Cut Pro

If sharing your Final Cut Pro project fails and “Video rendering error:10008” appears, reimport the clip that’s causing the error.

If you see “Video rendering error: 10008” when trying to share a project, it means that the clip shown in the alert is unusable. The clip name and its timecode location in the project appear in the alert so you can locate it.

To correct this, import the source clip again into Final Cut Pro. If a backup or Final Cut Pro camera archive of the source media isn’t available, you may need to record the clip again.

Before importing media into Final Cut Pro, always back up source media by creating an archive. This way, you always have a fresh copy available to reimport if necessary.

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