Caching and prerendering


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Caching and prerendering

Undoubtedly, as you work in After Effects, you'll end up building some compositions that take some time to render. And if you know you're going to be reusing a certain element over and over again, you might consider prerendering or caching. This will streamline your workflow. Before you get into prerendering and caching, you need to start with general organization because this is a workflow and it requires a little bit of prethought. So let's look in our Project panel and look at how things are organized. Notice the bottom folder here, Windmill Layers, if we open that, that has some Illustrator files and I have an Illustrator folder up here.

So let's drag the Windmill Layers folder up in to the Illustrator Sources. We also have Pre_Comps and just layer Solids and of course our Output_Comp. So double-click the Output_Comp just to make sure that it's up and active and let's look at our project. To actually see what's going on, let's load up a RAM Preview. Now ...

Caching and prerendering
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Caching and prerendering provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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