I was surfing around Adobe TV and watching a few tutorials when I decided to try out the edit in audition feature, except when I pulled up my project and selected "edit in audition" I got this error message:
After Effects error: crash in progress. Last logged message was: <8136>
<Dynamiclink> <5> 0000000019A79460
After Effects can't continue: sorry, After Effects has crashed. For After Effects
help and support, go to http://www.adobe.com/support/aftereffects. If you still
can't resolve the issue, please contact Adobe technical support (2).
What I'm trying to import into Audition is really heavily edited and saved as an .aep, but when I do the same with an untouched .mov file it works fine. So maybe it's a limitation of Audition/After Effects? I don't know.
Also, a couple of things have been installed since I started the project, and I read in a thread that might be the problem. But before I go deleting anything I want to make sure the same thing is happening to me.
Aside from this, After Effects works just fine, and so far this is the only error I've gotten.
My setup is
Windows 7 64-bit
Intel i5 processor
Adobe Production Premium
You're probably simply running out of memory to run both programs at the same time and otehr things like compressed audio/ video in the project may complicate matetrs further with hardware acceleration stuff. Not much you can do, most likely beyond the usual advice of making sure all your drivers are up to date...