Use these tips to increase the quality and speed of your final After Effects exports, as well as the RAM previews and prerenders you generate along the way.
(musical tones) - [Voiceover] Hey, my name is Eran Stern and welcome to After Effects Tip and Techniques: Rendering and Exporting. Rendering is the creation of frames of a movie from the composition. Though it's common to speak of rendering as if this term only applies to final output, there are other render processes inside After Effects. For example, each time you create a Run Preview to check your work, you're actually rendering.
I've collected a bunch of techniques and workflows to help you to increase productivity when you're ready to export, as well as speed up your interaction when working with heavy projects. So, if you're ready, let's learn how to get the most out of the render and export tools inside Adobe After Effects CC.
- Adjusting Media and Disk Cache settings
- Rendering multiple outputs at once
- Creating faster and longer RAM previews
- Rendering multiple frames simultaneously
- Rendering alpha channels
- Upscaling footage and compositions
- Exporting to Premiere Pro or CINEMA 4D