Performing a preflight check to ensure clips are ready to render


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Performing a preflight check to ensure clips are ready to render

With our render files all set up and ready to go, it's a really important thing to preflight check your render files. And when I say preflight check I mean double-check all of your render settings before you hit the Render button. We're going to using the technique called batch rendering. In batch rendering typically you start a whole series of render files and then walk away from the machine. The last thing you want to have happened if you walk away for machine overnight and comeback and find that only one of the renders or maybe none of your renders went off, because you'd forgotten to set something correctly. So what I like to do is I open each one the files in my batch up and then hit the Render command, activating the render, and then let that thing render for just a frame or two and then stop it.

I delete those test frames out of the folder to make sure there's no confusion and then as long as everything went off correctly, I know my file is ready to render. So I'm...

Performing a preflight check to ensure clips are ready to render
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Performing a preflight check to ensure clips are ready to render provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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