How to Specify Preferences and Cache Settings in After Effects


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Specifying preferences and cache settings

If you've ever used someone's computer who hasn't had their cache and preferences set up properly, I'm sure you already understand just how important those settings can be. Trying to use After Effects without considering how your system is set up can often be a rather trying experience. So let's save ourselves the headache and check out some key preferences and cache settings. On the Mac, to get to Preferences, you just click on the word After Effects in the upper-left corner of your interface. On the PC, you want to go to the Edit menu and go down and choose Preferences.

So I'm going to go back and choose my preferences, and we'll start with the General section. In the General Preferences, you can change the Levels of Undo, although I recommend just leaving it at 32. Show Tool Tips is a great thing that you can leave enabled when you're first getting started within After Effects. See, let me just click OK to show you what Tool Tips do. When you hover over any ...

Specifying preferences and cache settings
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Specifying preferences and cache settings provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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