Learn How to Render Motion Graphics in After Effects


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Understanding how to render

Once you've finished editing your project, you're ready to render. Rendering is the process where After Effects will create another file outside of the project. Most commonly, a video file, like a Quicktime or a Windows Media file. But you can also render image sequences, still images, audio files and even flash video files. In this exercise, we're going to create a simple full resolution render. Of our little animations. One of the things I recommend you do before your final render is just preview the animation.

So let's go to the Preview panel. And just load up a RAM preview. So as you can see the video looks a little long after our runner runs out. So what I'm going to do, is actually only render a section of this video. I'll press the space bar to stop playback, and our runner disappears right around seven seconds. So let's say at about 7:10 I want this render to finish rendering. So I'm going to press n which will create an end to my work space, or the work area end....

Understanding how to render
Video duration: 6m 48s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Understanding how to render provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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