Flush the cache before rendering and turn off its usage in the render settings entirely.
Thanks for your help. I had previously tried flushing the cache which didn't help. However I hadn't tried turning it off when rendering.
In the render settings I can see options under disk cache that are read only and current settings. I've tried both and still have the same problems. Is there another setting I should be looking at changing?
Is the comp nested in any other comps where time-remapping is used? Would help to have a screenshot or more details as it sounds like it's not a cache issue.
I've been having the same issue for a while and I haven't been able to fix it by flushing the cache.
I have seen some success by turning motion blur or layer continuous rasterization on and off on the problem layers. My characters aren't moving so applying motion blur doesn't effect my final film, but it does seem to solve the problem more often than not.
I have no idea how or why this works and I'm aware its not a glamours or even permanent fix but its worth a shot if you need to get your product out quickly.
I'm running AE CC 184.108.40.206
Hey Chris Northey,
Ever get this issue solved? Please let us know.