Title basicly says most of it. I get an error which says my scratch disks (dutch: werkschijven) are full.
I'm guessing I don't have enough RAM, but I'm not sure if buying more RAM is a great idea. There is still a chance it will fail again even with more RAM.
The 61GB file is a scene from an animation, it's only about 10 seconds long.
61GB is definetly a lot for 10 seconds and I don't know why the file is so big, but I must admit I have a whole bunch of layers and the resolution (3000x3000) is pretty big.
For the next scenes in my animation I'm working in a lower resolution and I'll try to merge as many layers as possible.
But I still think 61GB is weird, because the other scenes who are similar are 14GB and 5GB which is much less (still a lot though).
My specs are: laptop, 16GB RAM, 64bit, 2.6Ghz, Windows 10. 474GB of 907GB available.
I also got a PC with a faster processor but he's much much slower than my laptop in general.
Is there any way to open my file succesfully? It's a real bummer because the only thing I have left to do in the file is export it to a video...
I do have a back-up of the file from when it was just 9GB big so if I'm not able to open the file I'll finish it again.
Greetings and thanks in advance!
My specs are: laptop, 16GB RAM, 64bit, 2.6Ghz. 474GB of 907GB available.