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After Effects: March 2009 Archives

In the process of building a project, it is very likely that your video will be partially constructed or influenced by every application included in the Final Cut Studio line.  You may cut and edit in Final Cut Pro, sweeten the audio with Soundtrack Pro, add some high velocity motion graphics with Motion, export as a high quality MPEG 2 file thru Compressor, then build a complex DVD with DVD Studio Pro.  Becoming aware of the nuances of the workflow between applications is key to getting the most bang for your buck from your Final Cut Studio Investment.

It is possible, while in Final Cut Pro, to open a clip from your sequence directly into the Motion application for manipulation.  After you are finished tweaking the graphic, simply save it and the changes you have made to the clip will be updated in your sequence within Final Cut Pro.


Do you ever have trouble with your RAM preview being slow?  Or do you ever get an Image Buffer Error, such as this one?

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It could be because you have your Cache (pronounced cash) set too low.  Here is a good way of how to set up your Cache preferences:


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This page is a archive of entries in the After Effects category from March 2009.

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