Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the Global Performance Cache, part of After Effects CS6 New Features.
One of the biggest new features that Adobe is touting in After Effects CS6 is…something they call the Global Performance Cache.…The Global Performance Cache actually consists of three distinct,…different features.…One is a Global RAM Cache.…You are used to the idea of creating RAM Previews in After Effects where you…cache frames for fast playback.…Well, now After Effects CS6 is much better at retaining those frames and reusing…them, so you have to spend less time waiting on calculating fresh previews.…The second feature is something called a Persistent Disk Cache.…Again, you may be used to the idea that After Effects could cache some frames…onto your hard drive if RAM happens to be full.…
Well now, you don't lose that disk cache once you close the program.…It is saved on disk, so next time you open a project, you get all of your caches back.…That's another big time savings.…The third thing they've done is they've really improved the graphics pipeline.…Previously, they relied on the operating system to do a lot of displays,…
- Understanding the global performance cache
- Using ray-traced rendering with beveling and extrusion
- Working with 3D Camera Tracker
- Performing rolling shutter repairs
- Adding variable mask feathering
- Working with CycoreFX HD plug-in
- Touring Imagineer Systems mocha AE and Adobe SpeedGrade
- Round-tripping between After Effects and MAXON CINEMA 4D
Skill Level Appropriate for all
After Effects: Principles of Motion Graphicswith Ian Robinson7h 57m Intermediate
After Effects CS6 Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson8h 41m Beginner
1. Global Performance Cache
2. Motion Graphics Features
3. Visual Effects Features
4. Effects Updates
Making upgrade decisions2m 51s
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