Troubleshooting Common Rendering Errors in After Effects
In this series of After Effects tutorials, we are going to learn how to troubleshoot errors that you encounter when rendering in After Effects. Software required: After Effects CS6.
What you'll learn
In this series of After Effects tutorials, we are going to learn how to troubleshoot errors that you encounter when rendering in After Effects. We'll begin by learning some of the easiest ways to fix any problem that you may be encountering in After Effects by refreshing the program with a few different techniques. We then learn some of the most common issues that you may run into, and ways to fix those. After that, we learn how the Render Settings dialog can be set up to reflect the changes that you want to see in your final render without having to go back into your composition and change them there. This tutorial is a combination of rendering help, and tips for explaining some of the complex settings in After Effects so that you can be a more effective render artist. By the end of this After Effects training, you'll know how to fix most of the rendering errors that you will encounter with ease. Software required: After Effects CS6.
Table of contents
- Getting Started with Troubleshooting 6m
- Render Settings Mismatch 12m
- Out of Disk Space 4m
- Missing Footage 8m
- Audio Video Mismatch 6m
- Composition Render Settings: Quality and Resolution 8m
- Composition Render Settings: Disk Cache 4m
- Composition Render Settings: Proxy Use, Effects, and Solo Switches 8m
- Composition Render Settings: Guide Layers 6m
- Time Sampling Issues: Frame Blending and Motion Blur 7m
- Time Sampling Issue: Time Span and Frame Rate 6m