An overview of the Render Video dialog


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An overview of the Render Video dialog

If you're not used to video or animation, the concept of rendering may seem a little bit strange. This goes well beyond saving. Video is incredibly processor intensive. There's nothing harder for a computer to do other than maybe quantum physics or some types of 3D animation. Video editing is lots of frames really quick, with real-time playback, tons of audio effects, color correction, all thrown together. Show me any other instance where you could have 17 different files open at once, and mix them all together seamlessly? Well that's the case with video editing and that's why it takes time to render. All of this is controlled by the Render dialog, which has some pretty straightforward controls.

To access rendering, simply choose File > Export > Render Video, and this will bring up a new dialog box. You'll want to name the file that you intend to export. In this case, instead of naming it after the project, I'm going to rename it after the client,...

An overview of the Render Video dialog
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An overview of the Render Video dialog provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Editing Video in Photoshop CS6

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