Exporting content as a movie file


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Exporting content as a movie file

So, our project is looking good. It's pretty much done. Now we need to take all these layers and animation that we've created and spit this out into a video format that everyone else can watch. Because if just have this After Effects project we pass around the office, most people aren't going to be able to watch it if they don't have After Effects. So, let's say we wanted to put this ad on the web. So, I am going to select this composition. You can tell it selected by the yellow outline around it. Go to the Composition menu at the top of the screen and select Add to Render Queue.

Alternatively, you could choose Make Movie, but I want to tell you about the Render Queue really quickly. This Render Queue panel, this is where all the magic happens when you are spitting out your video when you are done, and you are outputting. This is where you go. This is a fairly complex system, because if we click on these hypertext - basically this gold text with the dotted underline - t...

Exporting content as a movie file
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Exporting content as a movie file provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the After Effects CS5 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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