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Rendering Multiple Compostions in Adobe After Effects

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Having the abilty to render more than one item is very important for savign time during your day. My typical workflow consists of editing my projects in Avid and then adding my effects in After Effects. After I am done I will usually have more than one comp to render by the end of the day. Being able to save all my render time for when I go home for the evening is a must.All the settings for rendering a movie or sequence are included in the Render Queue window. When you drag or place a composition into the Render Queue window, it becomes a render item. You can then queue, or line up, a number of items for rendering, so that After Effects can render multiple items unattended. The settings you change in the Render Queue window affect only rendering and do not change the original compositions.

The top section of the Render Queue window monitors an item that After Effects is rendering. In the bottom section, you can arrange a queue of items to be rendered and specify render settings and output modules for each one.

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