Adobe after effect allocating error

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Hi Guys,

I have been using adobe after effects software but I am facing some difficulties using it. I am met with the following error:

After Effects error: unable to allocate space for a 2940 x1566 image  buffer.

The error says:

After Effects

After Effects error: unable to allocate space for a 2940 x1566 image

buffer.

You may be experiencing fragmentation. In the Memory &

Multiprocessing Preferences dialog box, try increasing the RAM to leave

for other applications, and selecting the Enable Disk Cache option in

the Media & Disk Cache panel.

(7::66)

OK

Your help is required in this regard to get rid of the error. Waiting for your replies and comments.

Thanking you loads.

Davis

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Answered By 0 points N/A #147494

Adobe after effect allocating error

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Hello Davis,

  • You will need to hold the shift key and then choose preferences in After Effects.
  • After that, choose any preference, like general in order to bring up the preference window.
  • And then click the preference pull down and at the bottom there should be one called secret.
  • You will need to choose that one, and then enter a setting to force After Effects to purge frames at regular intervals.
  • In case your render is crashing after for instance 60 frames, you will need to set the purge for every 50 frames so as to slow a render down a little bit.

Regards,

Nicke

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