Impossible to say without knowing the detailed anatomy of your compositions. Some frames are going to render slower than others depending on what it's rendering. If I just have some images cross fading it will render those frames very quickly. If I have a sequence with lots of keyframes, high res images, motion blur & several effects, those frames are going to render very very slow (maybe as much as a minute or more for each frame). It all depends. 10 seconds a frame is not that bad.
But i rendered all nihgt and i can see that it rendered ebout 100-200 frames from a night
Well again....knowing nothing about your project, nobody is going to be able to tell you much of anything.
But looking at the latest picture you posted I think it's safe to say you should be using a video editing software like Premier, not After Effects. After Effects is not a Video Editor.
I don't think it's about your project at all. I agree that you should edit and render this in PremierePro!
It's possible that your build of After Effects has a memory leak. It could be in the version of After Effects, or in a plugin that you are using.
Have you tried rendering a sequence instead of .avi?
Also - check how much available disk space you have remaining.
Я не думаю, что это о вашем проекте на всех. Вы должны изменить и сделать это в PremierePro .
Может быть , After Effects имеет место утечка памяти . Это может быть в версии After Effects или плагин , который вы используете .
Вы пробовали рендеринга последовательность вместо .avi ?
проверить , сколько дискового пространства вы оставили
and now i must to download PremierePro to continue render . Ok! Thank you )