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Compare the frame rate of your composition with the frame rate you set in the Render Queue. Are they the same?
Also check the frame rate of the Quicktime file from within Quicktime. Is Quicktime recognising the frame rate correctly?
The comp, Render queue and Quicktime inspector all show 29.97, DV NTSC....
That's strange. Is the source footage interpreted correctly? The footage ending up at hal the duration would be indicative of some filed interpretation/ rendring mismatch...
The source is JPG's and Photoshop layers. No frame related 'footage' per se.
Oh I forgot...., when I import a wav or aiff and do a Ram preview or full render to QT, the music plays at half it original speed.
That's really beginning to get weird. If the sound plays at half the speed, it would seem that actually the initial render results were at the correct speed and everything lags inside AE for some reason. Did you attempt to re-install Quicktime and so on?
Could this be it?
I noticed my ram preview was set to 15FPS.
Would that do it?
I thought that variable had to do with how many frames it skips in its render (15 would render every other frame).
(But I now see that the 'skip' function takes care of that.)
If my comp is 10 secs at 30fps and I ram render at 15FPS, should it yield a 5 second preview?