6 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2015 1:04 AM by jenniferm44876229

    Rendering Error in After Effects


      Hi There, I hope someone can help me. I am extremely new to After Effects and everything I am reading in the online blogs are only confusing the situation more.


      I have a project (due tomorrow) that is a 15 second show promo and first I received the error "After Effects Error: Motion tile cannot allocate a buffer larger than 30000 pixels in either dimension (516) (25::56)", after working on that for way too long I finally was able to reduce the motion tile enough that I am not receiving that error any longer... bad news, new error: "After Effects Error: Image buffers of size 28422 x 22960 @ 8bpc (2.4 GB) exceeds internal limits. Decrease the memory requirements for this frame (12804). For more info, see www.adobe.com/go/learn_ae_mem (7::66)." All the tutorials I have watched haven't helped and when I go to the website I just get more confused. Can someone please help me (in "dummy" terms)?


      Thank you,