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Help tips on 1080 AE rendering.

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I have some really massive 1080p comps im rendering out as quicktime animation. I have about 25 comps ranging from 5-20 seconds. I tried to do a batch render but AE crashes after the first job, or, it crashed during the 2nd job.

 

I assume AE isnt purging the ram after the first render?

 

Whats the best way to solve this?

 

running on core i7 950 with 12gb ram...few drives for scratch + raid 0

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There must be a better way than that...im sure there are bigger projects out there that have been rendered with less ram....projects greater than 20 seconds.

 

It shouldn't crash, of course.

Did you update to 9.02? The i7 range of processors requires 9.02

If you already installed 9.02... Does it go through if you turn off MP?

Edited by Adolfo Rozenfeld

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yeah its updated, and no it doesnt go through when i turn off MP....I just set it to purge every 50 frames and that seemed to do it....but it took almost 2 hours for the file to render half rez...as opposed to the normal 30 min.

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yeah its updated, and no it doesnt go through when i turn off MP....I just set it to purge every 50 frames and that seemed to do it....but it took almost 2 hours for the file to render half rez...as opposed to the normal 30 min.

What version of AE are you running?

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I see. I was just wondering because I had that issue when rendering projects from AE7 on an intel machine before I got CS4. Does the problem work in reverse, if you're using CS4 on a non-intel?

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