To fix iMovie error code 10008, install the latest version of iMovie app and update your operating system. Also, reduce the resolution to 720p and remove corrupted frames. If the problem persists, copy and paste the video content into a new project.
The following reasons can be the primary possible causes of the error: “Video Playback Error 10008”. Corruption of a frame or part of the video file you are trying to render: You may have encountered a black frame or part of a video when going through it frame by frame.
When trying to render, you get the error message “Video Rendering Error: 10008”. This is often due to corruption in the project, which means that part of a video included in the project is corrupt or cannot be interpreted by the software. As a result, you cannot render the project.
iMovie export failed
Such as insufficient disk space on the computer, corrupted project or wrong export file name. Solution: Check if there is enough disk space on your Mac device to ensure enough disk space for movie export. If that’s not the reason, check if there’s something wrong with your projects.
To convert your MP4 file to an iMovie compatible video file, import the desired MP4 video file. You can open your MP4 file by either dragging it into the interface or clicking the Add Files button. Clicking the Add Files button will take you to File Explorer to select the file you want.
iMovie crashes when exporting and sharing
Restarting macOS will reload the resources that may have caused the error. It is a common problem that you are using an outdated version of iMovie. So if iMovie isn’t exporting your file, make sure to update the app to keep it working properly.