Rendering the final movie


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Rendering the final movie

Now, it's time to render my animation to disk. Before I render, I'll make sure to save the project. And with the Comp panel active, I will select Composition > Make Movie. The shortcut is Command+M on Mac, Ctrl+M on Windows. When you make a movie, the Render Queue will open, and it will add this composition to the Render Queue. You can also add a composition to the Render Queue by dragging it directly from the Project panel. Notice the Render Queue opens in the same frame as the Timeline.

Now in the Pre-Roll lesson, we covered the Render settings in the Output module. So just to recap, Best Settings means it will render at quality and full resolution, meaning every pixel will be rendered. The only setting I'd like the change is Time Span. The default is to use the work area only. I want to make sure my time span is set to the full length of the comp. You might be able to want to update the Render Setting template itself. In the Output Module, I will click on Lossless to ope...

Rendering the final movie
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Rendering the final movie provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 02: Basic Animation

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Video
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After Effects
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