PreRender with Import and Replace Usage After Effects CC


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Prerendering with Import and Replace Usage

Whenever you've built a graphic that seems to be rather render intensive or processor intensive. You might want to consider actually caching that off into your cache. So the computer doesn't have to constantly recompute it. Or, you can go ahead and pre render that element, and import it back into your project. That would swap out the stuff that the application is trying to compute with pre-rendered file, like a QuickTime or an image sequence. Now if we look at a project here, we have a green screen key and it has several layers. If you scrub with timeline here you can see the green screen kind of moving around the scene.

Let's say I don't want to pull this green screen again but they don't really need to pre-render it, but I do want things to move a little more quickly. Well, I could click on layer 3. And hold down Shift and click on layer 1 to select all the layers. Then, let's go up under layer, and choose pre-compose. This way, I can isolate all of those layers in their own...

Prerendering with Import and Replace Usage
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Prerendering with Import and Replace Usage provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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