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Lesson 11. The Render Queue and Output Formats

Lesson 11. The Render Queue and Output Formats

The success of your project depends on your ability to deliver the job you promised in the formats your client needs. In this final lesson, you'll create time-saving templates and then render your final composition in a variety of formats and resolutions for broadcast or the Web.

In this lesson, you'll learn to do the following:

  • Create render-settings templates

  • Create output-module templates

  • Render multiple output modules

  • Select the appropriate compressor for your delivery format

  • Use Pixel Aspect Correction

  • Render the final animation for NTSC broadcast video output

  • Render a test version of a composition

  • Render a Web version of the final animation

In this lesson, you'll delve more deeply into rendering. In order to meet the client's request for several versions of this animation (as described in “How to use these lessons” on page 6), you'll explore options available within the Render Queue. After creating render-settings and output-module templates, you'll render both a broadcast version and a Web version of the final movie.

The total amount of time required to complete this lesson depends in part on the speed of your processor and the amount of RAM available for rendering. The amount of hands-on time required is less than one hour.


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