Buffers and previews


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Buffers and previews

So why go through all this trouble to go 64-bit native? Well, 64-bit programs do have better performance. After Effects is faster in several areas. A little later on when I show you RAM previewing you'll see even reading material off a disc is faster. However, the most important reason is to get rid of the "unable to allocate image buffer" errors. Have you ever had that when you're working on a complex project or you're working at a deep render or you have a really big source, you're trying to get work done, you're trying to get render done and you're just hit with this auto memory error and you don't know how to solve it? Well, going 64-bit will get rid of those errors and that was the main motivation to going there.

That alone is going to be worth a lot of people work on large media sizes. But in addition to that you can stuff more into a project. You can preview more, you can cache more, you can keep more constant memory while you work. Let's just...

Buffers and previews
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Buffers and previews provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects CS5 New Creative Techniques

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Video
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After Effects
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