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Chapter 10. Rendering

Chapter 10. Rendering

Rendering is the process of combining your raw clip media with filters, transitions, and other adjustments to produce a new file. This new file, called the render file, can be played back in real time.

Final Cut Pro offers many, many ways to manipulate your raw media—a wild world of complex effects. Someday soon (we all hope), computer processing will speed up enough to dispense with the need to render in Final Cut Pro. But until then, you'll need to render clips with effects before you can play back your final result. Most Final Cut Pro sequences (containing transitions, motion, and filters) need to be rendered before they can be played in real time.


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