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yeremia says

Change folder of Media and Disk cache with more space. and make sure after you edit the project, Empty Disk cache first before rendering.

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doru says

disable disk cache.

but first update the software to the latest version.

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cj29 says

Update

I have tried everything suggested here but the issue keeps coming back around 42 seconds into the video.

Do you think it is for sure cache related?

Thanks for any help

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doru says

try render the project to file sequence. Then rerender only the parts where you have problems.

Did you render to h264? How much ram you have?

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cj29 says

Not too experienced with AE yet so not sure what you mean by “file sequence”?

Also how exactly do you re-rerender only selected parts? That is something I was curious about.

Yes to h264 and this machine has only 6 GB of Ram in triple-channel


try render the project to file sequence. Then rerender only the parts where you have problems. Did you render to h264? How much ram you have?
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! Whoever solves this issue I will purchase my next AE project from you !

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doru says

for the file sequence this may help

http://motionrevolver.com/rendering-and-working-with-image-sequences-in-after-effects/

try also rendering to quicktime png at 100% quality. You will get a huge file but then just take the quicktime file and convert it to h264 using after effects or Media Encoder

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yeremia says

Turn off multiprocessing if you don’t have big ram on your computer.

if you upload on Youtube, youtube hd is 1280×720, so you don’t need to render larger than that for youtube. at this point you could just drop your current 1080 comp into a new 720 comp (same durations and frame rate). then, with that comp layer selected in the new 720 comp, choose layer>transform>fit-to-comp to resize it to 720.

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cj29 says

I am at work but will try any suggestions later tonight

I originally did try to render to Quicktime but it made no difference

Is there a difference from Quicktime PNG vs standard Quicktime? I only see 1 option of “Quicktime” on the Render menu.


for the file sequence this may help http://motionrevolver.com/rendering-and-working-with-image-sequences-in-after-effects/ try also rendering to quicktime png at 100% quality. You will get a huge file but then just take the quicktime file and convert it to h264 using after effects or Media Encoder
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cj29 says

How exactly do I switch off multiprocessing?


Turn off multiprocessing if you don’t have big ram on your computer. if you upload on Youtube, youtube hd is 1280×720, so you don’t need to render larger than that for youtube. at this point you could just drop your current 1080 comp into a new 720 comp (same durations and frame rate). then, with that comp layer selected in the new 720 comp, choose layer>transform>fit-to-comp to resize it to 720.
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