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  • Gerardo Flores

    May 11, 2010 at 5:14 am

    Im trying to solv this already 2 weeks 🙁

    Im trying to render a video on a macbook 2.4 intel core 2 duo with 4 Gb RAM
    Im using a lot of particule matrix ,
    At the begining the whole app just get stock
    but after some time let me continui working

    Now after effects just say failure on second 17 …and nothing else

    Where I can see the whole report of the error to try to fix the mistake?

    🙁 it is so depresing…

    Thank you for your help
    Have a nice day

    learning after effects

  • Tudor “Ted” Jelescu

    May 11, 2010 at 10:52 am

    A few things to check:
    – turn off OpenGL
    – do not use multiprocessing
    – render a file sequence ( tga or tiff) , this way if AE crashes you do not loose the whole render and you can start from where it stopped.

    Tudor “Ted” Jelescu
    Senior VFX Artist
    Bucharest, Romania

  • Gerardo Flores

    May 11, 2010 at 1:03 pm

    hello Ted

    Thank you for your advice… but

    – turn off OpenGL √ Done
    – do not use multiprocessing √ Done
    – render a file sequence if I use one of this ( TGA or TIFF ) i will be abel to
    use any profesional compresor to make a .swf File?

    Again thank you

    learning after effects

  • Joseph W. Bourke

    May 11, 2010 at 5:19 pm

    Gerardo –

    This is from:

    If you are getting rendering errors it might be the codec that is hogging RAM. If you enable “Purge every 20 frames during Make Movie” you will probably get around the problem. You can do this in the Secret preferences by holding down the Shift key and then select Preferences… from the menu. In the Preferences dialog box you can then choose the “Secret” option that will give you hidden features (they are hidden since they will cause AE to render more slowly.)
    Don’t enable the other checkboxes, just write “20” in the text field. Also, make sure you enable the “Prevent DLL Address Space Fragmentation” under “Memory & Caches” if your on a Windows system.

    This may help you out – good luck!

    Joe Bourke
    Creative Director / Multimedia Specialist
    B&S Exhibits and Multimedia

  • Tudor “Ted” Jelescu

    May 11, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    sure- bring the sequence in AE and render using Adobe Media Encodr

    Tudor “Ted” Jelescu
    Senior VFX Artist
    Bucharest, Romania

  • Gerardo Flores

    May 21, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    Hi Joe.

    Thank you for the tip

    I have tried but still not working 🙁

    learning after effects

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