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Chapter 3. Presets and Preferences > Specifying Render Control Settings

Specifying Render Control Settings

Render Control tab settings affect the image quality of rendered material in your sequence. You can selectively disable noncritical aspects of render processing that improve image quality but slow your work. Low-resolution/limited-frame-rate rendering is much faster than a high-resolution render process; your Render Control tab settings allow you to control the balance between the quality of the render file and the speed of the rendering process. These Render Control tab settings apply during all FCE operations, including real-time playback, rendering, video output, and QuickTime output, so be sure to specify full-quality rendering before your final output.

The settings you define in this window become the default render quality settings for subsequent new projects and sequences. If you want to modify Render Control settings for an existing sequence, you will need to make the change in the Sequence Settings window for that sequence. See “Changing the Settings of an Existing Sequence” in Chapter 4.


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