Understanding rendering options and preferences


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Understanding rendering options and preferences

As you have no doubt gathered, Final Cut Pro X contains a feature called Background Rendering. This simply means that if you leave your computer alone for X number of seconds then the application will begin rendering any effects or video that need to be rendered. It does this in the background so that you can continue working. Now at the time of its release this was actually a pretty revolutionary addition, since the other top editing programs still did not contain such a feature. In most other applications when you render, you have to commit all the system's resources to it.

Final Cut's default background render time is set in preferences, so I'm going to go to Final Cut Pro and Preferences, and I come to Playback. As you can see, Background Render is on, and it says Start after 5 seconds. Now personally I think this timing is a little short. That's because if I'm designing titles or effects or whatever, and I'm still in the process of creating them or even just trying som...

Understanding rendering options and preferences
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Understanding rendering options and preferences provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Final Cut Pro
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