Cut down rendering issues

It is said that the tricks of after effects add live to an otherwise frigid computer graphics! Just imagine how breathtaking will it be if the trees in your CG project sway with the wind and the animated birds chirp and fly from one bough to bough. This is exactly what you will be able to achieve if you integrate after effects with the most basic multimedia project. But there is a downside of this application too. It will eat up your time of rendering! But here are the tips that can be helpful for you. Check out!

  1. Reserve the after effects for the finals

If you have hands on experience in the multimedia industry and have already worked with after effects, you will know that rendering the project is a headache. While a couple of hours will take to develop the project, the same amount will be killed in rendering it during the phase of test preview. Actually adding after effects to a file makes it so heavy that 3d rendering price becomes very slow. Experts suggest that if you can afford it, you can turn of the after effects during the initial phases of rendering when you need to do repeated editing and rectifying. Reserve the rendering of the files with after effects enabled in them for the last few turns when you need to concentrate solely on the after affects you have added. Follow this theory and you will economize on time!

  1. Turn on the lights

Texturing and masking will never slow your system the way features like ray tracing will. You can compare this statement by recording the time you take in rendering a project with ray tracing, masking and texturing on and the time needed to render the same project without ray tracing. Believe us; you will be surprised with the results! So, there cannot be any better trick than to reserve ray tracing for the final few test previews.