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Most crashes are due to AE suffocating from not enough RAM or display issues. How much RAM does your machine have? What's it's graphics card? Have you tried the secret pref to purge every n-th frame? Do you use the disk cache?
Are you using source files that are MPEG or WMV? You should convert those files to an edit-friendly format before using them in AE.
According to your responses I did some experimentation. I took some .MOV files and AE rendered them well; It worked.
Now, this is not good news for us at Sesame Street. We have all these WMV files that need to be converted to MPEG2 (Cell phone content).
According to the software specifications AE is supposed to be able to handle this kind of files. It would very disappointing if that is not the case.
Again, we got After Effects because of its rendering capabilities. Eventually we want to put a lot of segments to batch render overnight: no effects, no editing at all, we just need to convert them.
So what you guys are saying is that there is not a proper/effective way to make AE render files coming from WMV files?
Our whole issue here is efficiency so if we have to convert the files in order to be accepted by AE' this process would be completely pointless for us ( As we are dealing with hundreds of segments)
Thank you again your help.
My CS3 was installed on C: hard drive which is the same as the O/S.
There is only 65G of free space left.
I can't render in After Effects because the files are being created in C: Drive.
Q: Can I change where the files are being created without changing the drive that CS3 is on ?
Q: Would it be better to re install CS3 on an (independent) larger hard drive ?
Q: If I do re install CS3 will that interfere with the 6 unfinished projects I am currently working on ?
Note: I can't afford to loose any of the unfinished projects.
I can't afford to start 6 projects over from the beginning.
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AE's render cue let's you choose the file name and drive for your renders. AE's preferences allows you to set the drive and folder for your preview and cache files. If you haven't read the help files on rendering and preferences I suggest that you start there. There is no relationship between where the files are stored, rendered, or saved and the location of the application file.
Imported an .aep file into Encore that had been rendered through AE Render Que process.
Somehow the audio did not come with it.
Do you know why ?
Imported AE project into En and the audio did not come with it.
It took a long time to render that damn thing.
Does anyone know how this could happen?
...Besides the obvious learning curve on my part.
Did you activate audio in the Render Queue's Output Module?