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Pre-comp not rendering with Main comp

Pre-comp not rendering with Main comp

Pre-comp not rendering with Main comp

(OP)
Hello,

I created a pre-comp that contains a PSD composition that has various effects. This pre-comp looks fine when I RAM preview it. But when I RAM preview (or export) the main comp that contains the pre-comp, the pre-comp does not render. Instead, it shows only the first frame of the pre-comp for the duration of the clip.

I tried adding the comps to the render queue but that didn't help.

Any ideas? I'm somewhat new to AE. Thanks.

frozenpeas
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RE: Pre-comp not rendering with Main comp

(OP)
In addition, it sometimes renders the pre-comp as all black...

frozenpeas

RE: Pre-comp not rendering with Main comp

I wonder what your settings are.  It could be that there is an error in one of the plugins that you're using on the precomp.


If you render the precomp alone, does it render?


Clarification: Does it render as all black? Or does it render as transparent (with a black background)?



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