Using Render Elements to optimize render passes


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Using Render Elements to optimize render passes

The Render Elements plug-in really gives us a lot of control over exactly what passes we are going to be rendering out and bringing into After Effects. What we want to do in this movie is to optimize our render settings, and what I mean by that is by turning off selected elements-- for example, in the Beams Pass--the only thing we need to see are the beams and we don't need any object buffers or anything like that along with the beams because none of the things that have object buffers are going to be visible in the scene. So, we can go through our Render Settings and turn off all the things that we don't need for that render. That will save us a lot of drive space.

So, what I am going to do here in the file is go to the Plugins menu and go to Render Elements, and let's start off with the Beams Pass. And right now, the Stadium Pass is loaded, and I can tell because of this little asterisk here. So, I will select Beams and click the Load button. And I will just verify it by hi...

Using Render Elements to optimize render passes
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Using Render Elements to optimize render passes 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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