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    Is the audio choppy only while After Effects is rendering previews, or after the composition is cached in RAM and playing back?

    While After Effects is rendering a preview, audio playback may be choppy or slowed down, as playback at this point may not be real-time.

    Once the preview is rendered and cached (the rendered frames are represented by green marks in the Timeline panel), playback should be real-time and audio playback should be smooth.

    You can determine whether or not playback is real-time in the Info panel.

    If the problem is only that audio is not smooth while previews are being rendered, you can disable audio during rendering in a couple of different ways:
    - In the Preview panel, enable the Cache Before Playback option. This causes After Effects to not attempt playback…

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