Yes!! Is there an answer other than 'shrug?'
What quality do you have your preview window set to? (ie auto, full, half, third, etc.). My guess is you are seeing a lower quality in RAM preview? Check these settings and see what you find. Take it to full and it should match your output.
If you are referring to other issues - like jerkiness or stutter, it may be due to the amount of RAM on your machine.
Different how? Is your RAM preview better or worse than your rendered output? Are you worried about resolution? Compression? Picture quality? Distorted audio? Without understanding the problem, it's impossible to answer your question.
Thank you for your replies...
MyProblem lies in the rendered OUTPUT result. The output always results in choppy (sometimes only one tone pulsing on) audio and Now video seemly studders/choppy.
It looks Awesome in RAM preview and in RENDERED OUTPUT like a bad trip
My current AAE CS6 Preferences:
- i7 - with 7 "actual CPUs Used"
- 12.91 GB RAM "allowed"
Ive Tried :
- Multiple Render Settings always "best quality" AVI, FLV, Mpeg
- Multiple Frame Rate.
***(of course "Audio Output" turned on)
Thanks in Advance For Your Replies
I read all the pertainent articles and the result was BETTER...
- The video no longer choppy.
- The audio was seamless
HOWEVER: The video still looks much different. It is obviously missing the light footage.
I have a parented cc glass effect to my light layer and it looks really cool in RAM preview, but does not appear to be included in rendering of any sort of output
You could be trying to use Open GL acceleration for rendering. Don't. It's never worked well. Just turn it off. You'll find it in Preferences.
hmm. using cs6. Is that option still available in cs6?
Nope, no Open GL in AE 11. But did you really apply CC Glass to a LIGHT layer? That could be a rendering no-no.
I did parent the cc glass effect "light position" to the light layer. unpaired these and rerenedered and still
Missing Vital Light Layer and @ least one other layer in multiple OUTPUT settings.