The process of rendering finalizes the work from After Effects into a file on disk that can be shared with others.
- [Narrator] In order to get our animation … out of After Effects, we'll need to create … a movie file off to disk, in a process called rendering. … Here, we'll see what we need to prepare before rending. … So here is our composition that we're … going to render off to disk. … We've got our yoga lady doing a pose, … and a nice little camera move. … Now, to render this off to disk, … we need to take this composition … and add it to what is called the render queue. … Now you can find the render queue … under window, render queue. … Inside this render queue is where we manage … all the compositions that we want to render off to disk. … Now, of course, this is empty, … so we need to add in our composition … by simply taking our composition from the project window, … and dragging and dropping it inside the render queue. … Or, if we undo this, if we're working … directly inside of our composition, … we can add the composition directly to the render queue … by going up to composition, add to render queue. …
- Shape layers and masks
- Track mattes
- Rigging characters
- Using the Puppet tool for rigging
- Adding and adjusting keyframes
- Looping animation
- Animating with motion paths and motion sketch
- Adding cameras for multiplane environments
- Lighting animation
- Rendering animation
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects CC 2019 New Featureswith Mark Christiansen34m 12s Intermediate
1. Working with Layers and Shapes
2. Rigging Character Controls
3. Working with Animation
4. Creating Multiplane Environments
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