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Rendering Problem with Adobe AE CS4

Apr 27, 2012 6:20 AM

I have this problem with rendering a free template that I downloaded and edited, when it reaches a certain frame like (119 or sometimes it's 38) Adobe AE will stop responding and the only way that I can manipulate it again is to close it via task manager, the Rendering Settings is:wawaweeee.png

 

Here is the Specs of my Computer: asdsad213123123.png

 

 

I hope anyone could help me.

 
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    Apr 27, 2012 7:01 AM   in reply to nigel952

    We need more info on what is being used in the project. If it always freezes at a specific frame, one of the following things is the most likely cause:

     

    • you are simply running out of memory
    • your output file size exceeds a certain limit (e.g. 4GB if stored to a FAT32 formatted drive)
    • the source footage is damaged at this point
    • a certzain effects kicks in at that point in time and gobbles up all resources

     

    Check those things and provide more details. A link to the template might clarify matters, also.

     

    Mylenium

     
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    Apr 27, 2012 7:04 AM   in reply to nigel952

    There's still a lot we don't know yet.

     

    What kind of video footage is in the project?  Media container & codec.

     

    Trying to use multiprocessing?  Turn if off if you are.

     

    Trying to use Open GL to accelerate rendering?  Turn it off, too.

     

    And if it always happens on the same frame, tell us what's going on in your comp at that frame.

     
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    Apr 27, 2012 8:16 AM   in reply to nigel952

    It's nice that you posted the project for a look-see, but it isn't going to answer most of the questions Mylenium and I asked, and they're important diagnostic questions. 

     

    You're actually going to have to track the information down in various places within AE, write it down and type it out.

     
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    Apr 27, 2012 10:43 AM   in reply to nigel952

    nigel952 wrote:

    What kind of video footage is in the project?  Media container & codec

    ~I don't know how to answer this question sir, i'm kind of a newbie in Adobe AE.

     

     

    Twirl down that triangle next to the Footage folder to reveal the footage within.  Look for movies: quicktimes, AVIs, etc.  Highlight the clip in the project window.  Read the info about the clip at the top of the project window. 

     

    Since you run AE 9, the application freaks out on interframe-compressed movies.  If you see any kind of movies that say HDV, MPEG1, MPEG2, AVCHD, mp4, mts, m2t, H.261, H.264 or AVCHD, you'll have to transcode them to a different kind of codec, and perhaps even a different kind of movie.  I like transcoding to Quicktime's PNG codec.  You may need  the latest version of Quicktime Pro 7 to do it; you can't do it directly in AE.  If you have to do this, the file sizes will be huge, and you'll have to learn to live with them.

     
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    Apr 27, 2012 10:47 AM   in reply to nigel952

    I don't see anything specific going on. This is as simple as they come - some PSDs, some prerendered Quicktime. Works without a hitch here in my CS4, so whjatever problems there are, they are specific to the machine and we need more info. Perhaps you should monitor task manager/ resource monitor during rendering. This might offer some clues as to what is going on. Also twirl open the little triangel on teh Render Queue to monitor the processing status.

     

    Mylenium

     
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    Apr 27, 2012 10:54 AM   in reply to Mylenium

    Make sure that you've installed the latest updates:

    http://adobe.ly/lsrkmJ

     
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