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And what are the actual project settings in AE? Did you add any fancies like scene markers, takes or stage objects in C4D? did you override the render settings in C4D with a custom duration? Set a custom work range on teh timeline slider? I could think of a million things...
Thank you for your reply, Mylenium. No, nothing fancy, it's really the simplest file, just some objects, lights and camera animation. Because of time, I had to just "go with it" for now and slide the keyframes down the timeline to start on the frames that AE could see, render that chunk to PNG, then slide the keyframes again and render the next chunk, etc., and then sew it all together in AE. I got the project done on time, but still don't know what was going on there. If I run into the problem again, I'll update this thread. Thanks again
Solve this issue yet? Let us know.
Thank you for checking. No I haven't gone back to it once the project was finished. I haven't had to use Cineware since. But I will say, I've seen other strange behavior in AE 2018, such as layers becoming temporarily invisible in the timeline (not shy layers), so maybe AE 2018 has some intermittent bugginess, but I really don't know what it the cause was.