Using work areas


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Using work areas

When your projects are becoming more complex kind of like this motion graphics project here, where there's a bunch of like swirly lines in the background and some gradients going on, and then as I drag my current time indicator here, you can see that these lines are all moving around. And then a whip of light comes in and makes this text appear and there is a bunch of sparkles and stuff, and then the text kind of drifts and glows a little bit and then fades away or something. A lot going on here, and when you have a project this complex previewing can be a real chore. Once my Current Time Indicator lands on a single frame, you could that it took a several seconds to render just this one frame.

And so if I were to do a RAM Preview of this, it would start from the very beginning when there was nothing onscreen and take several frames and then get to the real meat of what's going on. Well if I wanted to focus on this critical part where this whip of light comes in and makes this tex...

Using work areas
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Using work areas provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the After Effects CS5 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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