I just upgraded to Creative Cloud. I've been using CS 6 and had created a project using After Effects CS6. I wanted to see the new features in After Effects CC, so the first thing I did was load up my project. After Effects loaded my project and told me "We need to upgrade the file format to CC". Okay fine, do it.
NOT SO FINE! When my project is loaded into After Effects CC the audio is all corrupted. All my key frames seem to be in the right places but the audio refuses to render correctly.
Here is an example to show you what I mean. Here is a RAM preview from After Effects CS6 --> LINK
And here is the same RAM preview as rendered in After Effects CC --> LINK
This might have something to do with the fact that my project is rendered at 40 fps...or that I'm rendering at a unique frame size (71x21). That's just a guess. Has anyone else had this problem? I can still edit theproject in AE CS6, but I'd like to use Creative Cloud since I'm paying for it. If anyone can give me some suggestions on how to fix this I'd appreciate it.
What is the format of the audio file you're using?
What is the exact version number of AE CC that you're using? (Help>About should tell you.)