Rendering mattes


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Rendering mattes

In some production situations, you'll want to render out the black and white matte to disc to be imported into another program. Here we'll see how to do just that. I am using the rendering mattes mocha file from the Project Media Folder. To ensure compatibility with the program you're exporting to, make sure that the Clip Length, Frame Rate, Interlace Mode, Pull-down Mode and Pixel Aspect Ratio match your main project. To render out your mattes, you come up to the File, select Export Render Shapes.

And the first thing is you have these three choices for your rendered mattes. If All Visible is selected, then all of the shapes over here that have their visibility on will be rendered. We'll Close this and I'll select one and now if you go to File > Export Rendered Shapes, the Selected option is on. With this option you'll only render the one matte that's been selected in the layer list. If you select All, then you are going to get all of the mattes which would i...

Rendering mattes
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Rendering mattes provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Wright as part of the mocha 2.6 Essential Training

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3D + Animation Video
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