You have not provided any exact output settings or details about your project, so we can't really know. Sounds like you have an issue with one of your source files...
It happens even with every output type, even if i try to do a RAM preview.
The project i quite large, around 70 .dng clips averaging around 1.5 TB. They are all composed together into a large scene at the same time. I have made small proxy files wich work very well, but whenever i turn on multiprocessing it gives me this error.
Hi Mylenium and j-d-studio,
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS I TRIED:
I tried creating a new compostion and importing the project file, it didn't work.
I copied the project file only to a separate drive. I unplugged my external drive to make the files offline. hoping that a relinking of files will do the trick. but it also didn't work.
I open AE CC from an external drive where my project files and media are located. These files are synced with my DROPBOX account. DROPBOX is always running whenever I work, so when I save a project file it immediately saves it to the cloud. I'm saying this because the dropbox syncing might be the culprit. I've had instances where I get an error whenever saving a project file when the dropbox is running, I had to close dropbox, save the project file, then run dropbox again. Ironically, the same thing happens whenever I work in premiere pro cs6.
I hope we get an answer for this.
SOLUTION FOUND j-d-studio
From a different adobe discussion thread, I opened my recent AUTO-SAVE AE project file and the project opened without any hiccups! I immediately saved a copy to a different folder. Hope this works for you!
I still want to know what's causing all that problems though.
I'm getting the same error
Which of the error messages mentioned in this thread do you get?
What is the actual version number of AE you are running (down to the last decimal)? (It's no good saying, "the latest" because the CC app has been lying to folks a lot recently.)