Rendering tracks


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Rendering tracks

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're 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. There are a couple of times you need to render. Whenever you have blue dot effects in your Timeline, you will need to render those, because they indicate that Avid is not playing that back in real time.

So, to render an effect, I simply grab my Segment Mode button and select the Blue Dot Effect, and render it back. OK, and it's now going to create a video file to play back off that effect. Notice that the blue dot goes away, and we're able to play this back in real time without any problem. Now, another time you need to render is whenever you're receiving warning bars in your Timeline....

Rendering tracks
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Rendering tracks provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Essential Training

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Video
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Media Composer
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