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Chapter 8. Previewing a Sequence > Using Real-Time Rendering

Using Real-Time Rendering

If your system meets the minimum requirements for DV (listed in the book’s introduction), it should be able to render many transitions and effects on the fly and still play them back at the DV’s normal playback speed.

When an effect is too complex for your system to deliver frames at full playback speed, Premiere Elements automatically degrades the Timeline view’s image quality as needed. This way, you can see the video right away at normal speed, albeit at a lower quality. To have your cake and eat it too, create a render file, as explained in the section “Rendering the Work Area.”


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