Setting up multi-pass image layers


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Setting up multi-pass image layers

The technique of multi-pass rendering gives us tremendous control in After Effects. We've set up our object buffers in order to isolate different elements within the image, but we haven't set up our image layers yet, and that's what we're going to do right now. So here in the file, I am going to go to the Render Settings, and in the Render Settings it's opened with my multi-pass object buffers already highlighted here, and if they haven't, that's okay. Right now we're going to be adding some stuff to it, so it doesn't really matter what's highlighted here at all. What I want to do is go down to the Multi-Pass option though, and click on that. And these are all the different passes that we have the ability to render inside of the render engine.

And we don't need all of these right now; all we need are a few of them. And so in order to figure out which ones we need, we're going to start off by adding all the image layers. Now, we won't be u...

Setting up multi-pass image layers
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Setting up multi-pass image layers provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects

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