Nobody can tell you anything without exact details like system info, version of AE, render settings, comp settings etc..
Proving you wrong, Mylenium, since today.
AVI is generally a file format that has alot of data in it (I'm pretty sure it's uncompressed), but that only stops the video from being played in windows video applications, not the sound.
Like Mylenium, we need information.
Proving you wrong, Muffinsss :-)
AVI is a file container that can contain a myriad of different video and audio formats. AVIs can be uncompressed, or heavily compressed. The resulting files may be enormous or tiny, depending on the contents.
There is currently a bug, I believe, that can prevent audio being rendered into formats other than Quicktime on some machines. Try rendering a Quicktime file and see if you get the same result.
Thank you for your Help !
I tried rendering it in every possible format . The fix was though . I just didn´t send it to renderqueue . I send it to the Media Encoder then i loaded an Preset .
- Instantly Format that i want
- No second rendering
- Low capacity of the file
- Takes a bit longer ^^