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Chapter 17. Output > Choosing Render Settings

Choosing Render Settings

Determining render settings is the first step in the rendering process. These settings dictate how each frame of a composition is calculated for the final output, in much the same way that composition settings calculate frames for playback in the Composition window.

Initially, the render settings are set to match the composition's current settings. Although in some cases these settings may meet your output goals, it's best to take a more active role in choosing render settings. By selecting each render setting (or by using a template of settings), you can ensure that each layer of your composition—including those in nested compositions—uses the settings you want before it is saved to disk.


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