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After Effects preview issues (no sound)

After Effects preview issues (no sound)

After Effects preview issues (no sound)

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Hi guys

Im having some problems previewing my composition in AE Pro 7.
The comp consists of an Illustrator vector layer, a DV Avi clip exported from Premiere, a solid background, and a MP3 audio file (Ive also tried converting it to WAV, same problems).

Im just trying to preview the comp, and I get issues. The video plays back (althoug at low framerate) but there is no audio at all. If I hit the period key on the keypad, I hear audio but no sound.


What could cause this?

I have a powerful computer:
Dualcore AMD 2.7Ghz, 2GB RAM, 8800GTX graphics ++
I am running Vista Ultimate.

All input appreciated.

RE: After Effects preview issues (no sound)

I think you have to take a rampreview to see picture and hear sound at the same time.

_______
Anders

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