Could you upload a capture image of your composition settings?
Stutters are normal for a preview and sometimes a final product may stutter as well but it's usually just the player buffering.
By any chance did you turn motion blur on in the comp?
Did you render at Best Settings Lossless from the AE Render Queue? If so, that's a very high bandwidth file.
- In AE, Select your Comp.
- Choose Composition > Add to Adobe Media Encoder Queue.
- In Adobe Media Encoder (AME), set the Format to H264, set the Preset to Match Source - High Bitrate, set a name and location, then press the Start Queue button. Note: It may take a moment for AME to open and for the Comp to show up in the Queue tab.
The resulting MP4 will be low bandwidth by comparison and should play smoothly.
However (and this is a huge however), how are you using this animation later? Is it getting imported into a Premiere Pro project? A Final Cut Pro project? An Avid Media Composer project? This solution only covers getting a file that will look good and play smoothly. It is not the right choice if you're creating source footage for another video editing application.
Hi! Thank you for your quick response, however, my settings were already set as you described. So it didn't change anything And I'm using it for Premiere Pro!
Can we see a full screenshot without the dialog box there too?
Also, can we see a screenshot of your render settings?
We didn't see your screenshot without the dialog box. Are you still facing this problem? If not, let us know how you solved it. If so, please let us know so we can assist you further.