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Gerardo Flores
upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 6:17:07 pm

Hello guys

Last week I have upgrade the ram of my macbook pro
+ change the hard disk ( from 200 to 400 GB)

The PC guy just save all (programs even) file on my old hard disk to the new one...
now I am working with a new hard disk with my all files and programs

After that Im trying to render a video with After effects and
I have all the time error in second 17 or sometimes later...
Can this changes on the machine couse those problems?

Or maybe is the fact that Im using too much ( I mean a lot ) of
effects with particule matrix form noise industries?

Thank you for your comments...
I already have lost a week with this...
+ rendering is taking a huge time :(
Im really dissapointed now.

Best Regards.

Gerardo



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Jeffrey Kaplan
Re: upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 7:17:51 pm

What are you trying to render out a movie (compressed?) or image sequence?

Jeff Kaplan
Point 360 WEST
Animation & VFX Department
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Gerardo Flores
Re: upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 7:29:42 pm

Hi Jeffrey

Thank you for ask

Im triying to render a image sequence something like this one...





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Jeffrey Kaplan
Re: upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 7:39:58 pm

Can't you just pick up the render from where the error happened and combine the two image sequences? That is generally the advantage of rendering an image sequence.

Jeff Kaplan
Point 360 WEST
Animation & VFX Department
http://www.point360west.com


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Gerardo Flores
Re: upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 8:26:31 pm

To say the true I will like to have the entired video
to make the compresion at the end...

anyway.
After effects doent alow me to do that...
I must start again...

What do you think can cause this problem Jeffrey?

Thank you for the comments

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Walter Soyka
Re: upgrade the ram and the memory may cause a problem?
on May 5, 2010 at 8:35:28 pm

When you render your comp, choose "Multimachine Sequence" as your Output Module. If the render fails, just add the re-render the comp; Multimachine Sequence will automatically skip existing frames.

If you use any other kind of image sequence, you must check the "Skip existing frames" button in the Output Module settings.

If you use any Output Module that creates a movie, you will not be able to resume where it failed.

Walter Soyka
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