This tutorial is in response to the many questions asked on Videohive about how to render from After Effects.
There are no hard and fast rules, so this is a collection of some of the techniques that I've been using for the last 15 years or so using After Effects.
It centres around setting up a render process early in a project, using image sequences until the very final stage. This has some surprising advantages.
I also cover the use of background renderer, creation of output modules and render settings templates, memory, multi-processing and disk-cache preferences, as well as showing a basic preset for rendering FLV and Quicktime H.264 files out of After Effects.
The tutorial is aimed at users with a basic to intermediate knowledge.
You can find Felt Tips' Cinema 4D and After Effects stock templates at at videohive.net/user/felt_tips?ref=felt_tips
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