Adobe after effects audio confirming failed

Asked By 30 points N/A Posted on -
qa-featured

Hi Fellows,

I am using Adobe after effects software but I am getting the following error message on my screen:

The error reads:

After Effects warning: Audio conforming failed for the following

file: "IMAG0003 48000.cfa". Perhaps due to disk space.

Has anyone else encountered such a problem? please do let me know if anyone has the solution to it. Waiting for you replies.

Regards

Daniel

SHARE
Best Answer by Lloyd Feld
Answered By 0 points N/A #149454

Adobe after effects audio confirming failed

qa-featured

Hello Daniel,

To resolve that issue, you will need to bring the clip into "Sony Vegas" and then pre-clip to suite your project, or you can leave it as it is and then render it out as "Xvid" or "DivX" or any other output that you may desire.

After doing that, you will need to test the file in Windows Media Player and then import into After Effects or Adobe Premiere Pro.

Regards,

Nicke

Best Answer
Best Answer
Answered By 0 points N/A #149455

Adobe after effects audio confirming failed

qa-featured

Hi Daniel,

It could be because: a) you have a full media cache b) parsing error of your file c) you have a problem with the audio track of your video

To clear your media cache in after effect, go to Edit menu, select Preference and then Media Disk Cache for windows, if you’re on a Mac, Click on After Effects, select Preference, and then Media Disk Cache.

Click on Clean Database & Cache to clear if from stored files and remove their information from the database.

If it’s a parsing error, check on the file name, make sure that it only indicates one type of file (. Avi, .Mpg, or any other file extension) and rename it to only one.

If it’s a problem with the audio track, you can import it using other software like AoA Audio Extractor. Just add the files, then choose an audio format output that you want it to be exported to.

 

Regards,

Lloyd Feld

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions