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Process of rendering

Process of rendering

Process of rendering

Is process always so long? Why i need to wait for the end of antialiasing for 40-50 minutes (although film is about 1-2 minutes only).. What i do wrong?.. When i created a composition and i wanna make an animation already,  what i need to change, that process of rendering(antialiasing) would be shorter?

RE: Process of rendering

If you are making a quick render just to see what it looks like mid-creation, then try to trim back some of the quality settings.  Instead of production quality, set it to draft quality, etc.  When you are finished, then bump up all of your quality settings.  Rendering also depends on your available memory and cpu usage.  Not to mention the overall speed of your machine.

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RE: Process of rendering

Thanx, i was sure, that i need to drop my PC in garbage!

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