RAM preview after effect problem

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Whenever I  render for my RAM preview it stops after a few secs.Why is that ? And how can I fix it ?

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RAM preview after effect problem

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Large quantities of RAM are consumed by RAM preview. This will only work properly if you have a few spare gigabytes of RAM. Take note also that the longer you use the program on your computer, the more RAM it will take.
 
More memories will be used for the RAM preview when using certain effects because it has to render everything in the uncompressed layers per frame. You must have enough amount of RAM to change the CACHE Settings. Go to Edit, next Preferences, then select Memory. You can change how much RAM you must allocate for different things from there. You can give the entire RAM you can put if you are not running too many applications in the background. You can have an option in the Memory page to save Rendered RAM previews onto the Hard Drive which can do better than a RAM preview depending on what type of AE version you are using. You have an option to select to use a as much hard drive as you wish.
 
Additionally, you can disable your sound and reduce RAM quality to help.
 
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RAM preview after effect problem

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This is maybe because your computer is running on a lesser amount of RAM. If the program you are using to preview your RAM is displaying it more graphically, this might slow down the processing performance of your computer. And if your video card doesn’t have enough video RAM, this will add more processing task to your processor that might cause the sudden freezing.

If you are viewing your RAM while other applications are opened or running, close all applications except your RAM viewer. If this doesn’t help, restart your computer and then run your RAM viewer exclusively. This means after booting the computer run the RAM viewer and don’t open any other applications besides it.

You don’t necessarily need to install third-party RAM viewer because Microsoft Windows already has a built-in RAM viewer which you can view from the Windows Task Manager. Open Windows Task Manager by press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC then select Performance tab. It may also help if you increase the amount of virtual memory your computer has.

To learn how to properly configure your virtual memory, please refer to Windows Terminal Server Proxy.

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