After Effects previewing tips


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After Effects previewing tips

When you're rendering 3D scenes from Cinema 4D and After Effects, things can slow down considerably, the more detail you add, the more anti-aliasing, ambient occlusion, and things like that that you add to your scene, the slower it will get in After Effects. So there's lots of things to consider, but there are a few little tips, in After Effects, that will help you preview a little bit faster. The first one is to make sure that your render settings in Cineware are as optimized as they can be. But if you have to render with the final renderer, maybe it's really important that you see the quality as it's rendering, a few tips that can help you.

The first thing is I usually have my resolution downsample factor pop-up menu set to auto. And then, if I choose 50% in terms of resolution, I can then only render every second pixel. Which will speed up my work flow a little bit. So if you want to see good quality but a smaller size. That can be a good compensation to help you render your frames...

After Effects previewing tips
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After Effects previewing tips provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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