Join Angie Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Output modules, part of Kinetic Typography Techniques with After Effects.
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In this movie we are going to have a look at creating Output Module template. …And setting up multiple items to be rendered in the Render Queue in After Effects. …We're an output AEP which you can find in Ten Output folder. …Which is in the Project Files folder. And in here, I already have an item in …the Render Queue, that I sent in the previous movie. …And I've set up my Render settings. I'm using best 15 frames per second as my …Render settings. And it now comes time to apply my output module.…
Now I could just click on the word Lossless and open up the dialog box and …change all of the settings. Downside to doing that is every time I …render a movie, I have to change the settings. …So After Effects allows you to create presets. …And there already lots of presets available for you in this menu. …Things like H264. MPEG-2 for DVD, FLV for Flash movies, and …some QuickTime presets as well. But you can also make your own templates, …which will appear in this menu. So I'm going to choose Make Template, and …
- Working with audio
- Preparing source files
- Structuring your After Effects project
- Working with shapes and effects
- Optimizing performance
- Animating text
- Creating 3D animation
- Using expressions to create motion
- Rendering your final movie
Skill Level Appropriate for all
After Effects CS6 Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson8h 41m Beginner
1. Working with Audio
2. Preparing Source Files
3. Structuring Your After Effects Project
4. Working with Shapes
5. Working with Effects
6. Optimizing Performance
7. Animating Text
8. Creating 3D Animation
9. Using Expressions to Create Motion
10. Rendering Your Final Movie
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