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    Eduardo Asta commented  · 

    MOGRTs works when they want to work. Sometimes Premiere can render them, sometimes no. Sometimes they got offline, sometime they work perfect fine. This feature is really nice but Adobe still can't handle it correctly. I'm running a MacBook Pro i9 32GB and there is no hardware excuse to Adobe hide behind

    MOGRTs are nice, but when (if) they work, they will be GREAT.

    Back to DaVinci

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    Same annoying stuff happening here.

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    Thank you for filing this report.

    We need more information before we can investigate this problem.

    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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    Eduardo Asta commented  · 

    There is some very similar happening to me, but I'm using another type font: Montserrat.

    After having added a new MOGRT (created on AE) to the timeline, I can't edit it or preview this part of the video. It freezes or slows sown. Worst: other MOGRTs previously added stop working also. Some got a zebra pattern on them.

    If I restart the project, everything works again, but just until the next issue.

    It is very annoying. The MOGRT is just a type animated with animator + PIN&BOXEs plugin, which I have been using for a long time without problems. Until now...

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    Eduardo Asta commented  · 

    I have a MackBook Pro (2018 i9, 32M, 1TB SSD) and a BlackMagic eGPU (560 Radeon), connected through TB3, and I can't tell you: After Effects ignores all of it. The AE is eGPU enabled, the RAM shared is 27GB and the sracth disk (SSD) has 600GB. However, the app doesn't matter about all of this, specially when there are audiotracks or short footage clips along the timeline. Preview sucks and it takes too long to work on a couple of frames.

    It is very disappointing. What is it happening here?

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    I have a MackBook Pro (2018 i9, 32M, 1TB SSD) and a BlackMagic eGPU (560 Radeon), connected through TB3, and I can't tell you: After Effects ignores all of it. The AE is eGPU enabled, the RAM shared is 27GB and the sracth disk (SSD) has 600GB. However, the app doesn't matter about all of this, specially when there are audiotracks or short footage clips along the timeline. Preview sucks and it takes too longo to work on a couple of frames.

    It is very disappointing. What is it happening here?

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    Eduardo Asta commented  · 

    Hello,

    I have a MackBook Pro (2018 i9, 32M,  1TB SSD) and a BlackMagic eGPU (560 Radeon), connected through TB3, and I can tell you: After Effects ignores all of it. The AE is eGPU enabled, the RAM shared is 27GB and the scratch disk (SSD) has 600GB. However, all of these doesn't matter for the app, specially when there are audio tracks or short footage clips along the timeline. 

    It is very disappointing. What is it happening here?

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    Eduardo Asta commented  · 

    Adobe, please speed up After Effects. Make it take advantage of eGPUs.

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