by Joshua Wood on Aug 18, 2012 at 7:40:03 pm
When I try to render a 25 sec video i get and error message that says:
After Effects Error: Shatter: insufficient free memory (unable to allocate 7477000 bytes) (4).....
I can't rembmer the exact number of bytes if it makes a difference.
The file is big but even making t smaller didn't help. Also i found someone with the same problem and i went into the system to change the virtual memory from something like 1489 to 200000 mb. That was on my D drive, but i still think the computer is trying to render via the C drive. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If there is something i left out in the description let me know and i'll trying to fill in any missing details. Thanks!!!
In AE go to Edit > Preferences > Memory & Multiprocessing. U can try to change the ram reserved for other applications. Maybe that helps. U can also press Ctrl+Alt+*(from numpad) to clear all memory in AE.
Re: Error message by Joshua Wood on Aug 18, 2012 at 7:59:44 pm
I tried what you said. Maximum memory usage is at 100% the RAM cache size is at 100% the disk cache is 200000 MB with the cache folder on the D drive in a folder named disk chache. I created this folder from the default on the C drive. The media cache is the same folder. Should i enable the tion under multiprocessing that say render more than one frame at once?