Rendering intelligently


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Rendering intelligently

If there are many effects in one location, especially multiple effects stacked within a composite, it's possible you may need to render portions of your sequence. Rendering effects simply means that you are creating, or rendering, video files of the effect's result. In this movie, we'll take a look at when and how to render effects, so that you can play back any amount of video streams. So here we are, again, with our big stacked composite, and as we saw in the previous movie, we start dropping frames downstream here.

I've also added a Timewarp effect, and I've made it go really, really fast, so it turns into a blue-dot effect. So we really do have to render two locations for this to play back in real time. Now, let's talk about when we would want to do this. If you export a sequence, the effects are automatically going to render when it creates the video file, so you don't need to render the effects when you just export a QuickTime. However, if you're going...

Rendering intelligently
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Rendering intelligently provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training

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Video
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Media Composer
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