In this video, the final scene is rendered using Adobe Media Encoder.
- [Instructor] In previous versions of After Effects,…if you wanted to render a composition, it was very simple,…you would go to Sequence, go Composition,…Add to Render Queue, and lo and behold,…here you could then click on the Output Module,…and select whatever compression you liked,…Format Options, et cetera.…But a lot of things have been removed from this,…like 264 Compression, and things that are…really useful to have,…and something similar has been done in Animate CC.…So, I think the best way to render now,…if you want maximum control, is to go File,…Export, Add to Adobe Media Encoder Queue,…and render from that.…
So, what'll happen is your comp will be moved into here,…where you can have different options open to you,…including H264, and obviously, many more things…than you have natively in the program,…you can choose different bit rates,…and then you can output to your Destination folder.…So, I'm gonna output this one to my Rendering folder…as _sequence, Save, and Render.…One advantage of this is that you can continue…
AuthorDermot O' Connor
- Importing Animate scenes in After Effects comps
- Duplicating comps
- Nesting comps
- Adjusting colors and lighting
- Creating masks
- Adding special effects: fog, motion blur, distortion, glow, and more
- Creating 3D environments
- Animating cameras in a 3D scene
- Rendering and finalizing the After Effects project
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Assembling the Scene
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