Issue: "After Effects has encountered a failure related to GPU-enabled effects on this frame" message
"After Effects has encountered a failure related to GPU-enabled effects on this frame" message
Message states "After Effects has encountered a failure related to GPU-enabled effects on this frame. This is likely because your GPU is out of memory."
Decreasing your rendering resolution, close application that may be using GPU resources, or set this project to render effects using "Mercury Software Only" in: File -> Project Settings -> Video Rendering and Effects
In my case, I opened AE only while working on a project. I couldn't render the clip with mask transition.
My GPU is GTX1060. "Video Rendering and Effects" as Mercury GPU Acceleration (CUDA). I've tried the rendering in both AE and Media Encoder.
I could only render it by hiding the 1 composition, which is responsible for the mask transition.
Thank you for the Adobe team hard work. I hope you can look into this issue.
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Rebekkah Smith commented
Same error here for different projects on at GTX 1070 setup that has been working well over a year.
Doing a clean reinstall of NVIDIA's studio drivers has not made a difference.
Michael E commented
Hi, Same here.
margaret nielsen commented
I am getting this same error and I have a brand new mac with the upgraded gpu. I am trying to export a 10 second gif.
Jacob Paul commented
I'm pretty sure this is 100% a bug and not a troubleshooting problem. VR Immersive Video effects worked fine using the extremely weak GPU on my 2012 Macbook Pro, but do not work at all on my (relatively) powerful new PC's much more powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super GPU.