Masked Area Black Outs After Effects

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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Hi.

So im working o a VFX project, and I nedeed to do a rotoscope of the building to place smoke behind it.

Everything was fine until sddenly my computer frozed and a pop up showed on AE saying something ocurred with the GPU. Seems like the memory ran out. I didnt give it a lot of attention and just continue working.

But now, when im wowrking and travelling throught the timeline this happens. After a few seconds it renders and im able to see it properly. Unofrtunately it really bothers me to not be able to see the result while working.

Can someone help me please?

My hardware:

AMD 

16 RAM

Ryzen 9 5900x

3050TI

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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Let me move this to the After Effects forum for you, which I'm guessing is the program you are using. Please don't use abbreviations for the programs, there are a lot of them and most of us are familiar with only a few.

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If you double click on the video which you're rotoscoping it should open in a layer panel. I have the layer panel and composition panel side by side so I can see how rotobrush is proceeding.

 

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