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after effects render failing + playback in full isn't working

New Here ,
Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021

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hi, my after effects render keeps failing at 6:13 and when i try playing it back in full it stops at 6:13. although it isnt playing back in full, half res playback time is just fine. please help me render my video its for a school project.

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Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021

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If it consistently fails at the same frame, then it is likely there is a problem with your source footage at that frame. Or, if you're using a memory intense process like Warp stabilisation, you may run out of memory at this point.

 

But you've provided no information about what your project is, what it contains, what effects you're using, what you're rendering to, or what your hardware is.   

 

If you can provide more info, particularly about what is going on in your project at 6:13 (a screenshot would help a lot) then we can offer more educated suggestions.

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Hello and thank you for responding. At 3:16 i have a photo coming out of a blurmocurves z dist transition going into a squeeze warp.

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im rendering on render queue and  i have an M1 macbook pro 8gb ram and after effects 17.0.6

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If you turn off the "Warp" effect and render, does it succeed?  If it does, I suspect a RAM issue.  8GB of RAM is very low for AE use.  

 

I don't yet have an M1 Mac, but this could also imply some kind of mathematical error.  Early adopters often have to work around such issues.  I don't know if Boris Blurmocurves is fully M1 compatible either.

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Nope, still failed at 6:13.

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also, i dont think sapphire compatibility is the issue since ive easily rendered many project in the past with that exact effect

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