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Hey Bob. Your English is a lot better than my Dutch.
Does the video play properly in the timeline? Is it only during the render that you're having that problem?
Also, 1GB of RAM is really too little to be running. You should have at least 2GB, and if possible as much as you can afford.
Thanks for your reply.
I know that i have to put more RAM (still student) in but i want to render it without extra RAM for now.
In the timeline the video plays properly only when i put the
quality on a quarter. Sometimes he stops even with the quality
of a quarter. Then a save my project close it and open it again
and everything is fine.
Ooh he stops not on the same video footage everytime, sometimes
it is a video footage later.
Well hopefully i can do something to render at least this movie
cause i have to have it by tuesday.
Thanks a lot,
In what format (codec) is your source footage?
It might be a problem with the nature of the source.
You may want to adjust your "secret" preferences to purge the memory during rendering. That might help, but it might not.
Hold down the "shift" key while accessing the preferences under the Edit menu. When the screen appears, release the "shift" key. Then, navigate to the "secret" section of the preferences, and enable the "disable layer cache" checkbox, and enter a value of "1" in the purge field.