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Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Hi, Quik app is crashing at 91% during video creation.

 

I have a Xiaomi mi 9T pro (android 9). I changed the files completely, used diffeent music, changed the styles, and so on. 

 

Reinstalled it, cleaned the cache. No result still I am not able to create a video from the project. It always shows up the message, Video could not be created, always at 91%. 

 

Thanks!

BR Joe


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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Sorry to hear about your issues @hardyexper06241 

For the stand-alone video editing app Quik App (Android/iOS) I have no info concerning updates.

 

If the app is crashing at start your best bet is to delete the app and try to install again.

 

If the app doesn't save your final edit (freeze/Crash during export process) try this:

- Consider the number of files you have / size and duration > long/big file tend to make the app crash

- long process but try to be iterative when adding media, seems like you have a particular file / corrupt file that make the whole export stuck. If you manage to identify your media you can remove it.

 

- go back, exit your project and save it as a draft. It will be saved on the Quik Home.
- Then kill the app completely, reboot your device.
- Open Quik App, reopen the draft, change something: I suggest you use the video style RAW.
- Try to move around some media + delete one media (photo or video), then export again. 
- Make sure you have space on your device.

 

We've rencently introduced the multi-clip-editing experience into GoPro App so you can do your edit right after importing footage from your GoPro. Note that it's also possible to use phone media.
See this article for help https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/how-to-create-a-multi-clip-edit-in-the-gopro-app 

Know that since Quik App hasn't been updated in a while, an update outside of Quik App (OS update, System update) could break the app.
I recommend that you give a try to GoPro App multi-clip editing functionality - also a NEW VERSION is just out > 6.2 probably worth a try :)

 

GoPro App has 2 new styles that Quik App doesn't have, as well as color correction at media level + speed tool updated with slider.
Many more updates are planned to improve the global experience and add fonctionnalities! :)

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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Hi @hardyexper06241

 

Is this on the standalone Quik app?

Kindly check if the same happens if files are edited via the GoPro app.

You may also try using a different phone.

 

For reference, you can check this link.

 

Thanks!

Ej

Tourist
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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Hi @aragon1006 ,

 

Is this on the standalone Quik app?

 - YES

Kindly check if the same happens if files are edited via the GoPro app.

- YES

You may also try using a different phone.

- No Problems on Honor10

 

Thank you for more suggestions, there is nothing to be found on google for this problem on the MI 9T PRO

 

BR Joe

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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Sorry to hear about your issues @hardyexper06241 

For the stand-alone video editing app Quik App (Android/iOS) I have no info concerning updates.

 

If the app is crashing at start your best bet is to delete the app and try to install again.

 

If the app doesn't save your final edit (freeze/Crash during export process) try this:

- Consider the number of files you have / size and duration > long/big file tend to make the app crash

- long process but try to be iterative when adding media, seems like you have a particular file / corrupt file that make the whole export stuck. If you manage to identify your media you can remove it.

 

- go back, exit your project and save it as a draft. It will be saved on the Quik Home.
- Then kill the app completely, reboot your device.
- Open Quik App, reopen the draft, change something: I suggest you use the video style RAW.
- Try to move around some media + delete one media (photo or video), then export again. 
- Make sure you have space on your device.

 

We've rencently introduced the multi-clip-editing experience into GoPro App so you can do your edit right after importing footage from your GoPro. Note that it's also possible to use phone media.
See this article for help https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/how-to-create-a-multi-clip-edit-in-the-gopro-app 

Know that since Quik App hasn't been updated in a while, an update outside of Quik App (OS update, System update) could break the app.
I recommend that you give a try to GoPro App multi-clip editing functionality - also a NEW VERSION is just out > 6.2 probably worth a try :)

 

GoPro App has 2 new styles that Quik App doesn't have, as well as color correction at media level + speed tool updated with slider.
Many more updates are planned to improve the global experience and add fonctionnalities! :)

Tourist
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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Hi @haindash

 

problem solved, the track "turning tables" from the app was corrupt, as external track (downloaded seperately and imported into the app) it worked.

 

BR Joe

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Re: Android Quik - Video could not be created @ 91% - Mi 9T Pro

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Great to hear :))) That's good news! Thanks for getting back