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Show screenshots of the relevant portions of your Timeline panel and Composition panel, as well as your render settings.
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Sorry about not including this information. Here is a screenshot of my timeline (at the part in question), one of the compositions that is not working correctly, as well as 2 screenshots of my render settings. The only render settings I ever change are adding audio output and changing the format to H.264.
After Effects CS6 v. 188.8.131.52
Mac running Mavericks (10.9)
No third party software
All of the clips [except for background layer] in the video are text layers (keyframes of 3D position and rotation)
Hopefully that information helps. I am just confused because it works fine for the other parts of the video. I did copy/paste the keyframes in this section of the video from a previous part of the video, which I suppose could contribute to the problem. I don't know why it would show in the preview pane, though, if it isn't exporting the same way.
I notice that your Camera 1 layer does not extend to where your current-time indicator is parked in the screenshot.
I'm guessing that you just need to extend your camera layer.
Also, if you want to see in the Composition panel the view that will be rendered for final output, choose Active Camera from the view menu in the Composition panel.