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If you're having difficulty with Dynamic Link, it is often a better idea to just render out an intermediate file from After Effects and use that in you Premiere Pro sequence. Dynamic Link is good for many things, but it can start to break down under some circumstances, especially if the computer is underpowered or the material is too demanding.
Thanks, Todd. As you suggested, I found that rendering the AE comp as lossless and then importing that into PrE works pretty good. Anything less than that seems to break down.
On your suggestion that the computer may be underpowered, is it primarily RAM that would affect the Dynamic link/rendering quality? If so, how much would you suggest having?
thanks so much for your help!