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  1. Neowinian kingmustard123's Avatar
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    Is this possible?

    It would save me a lot of time whilst I am testing different things out.
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  2. specify start and end points in the render settings
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    specify start and end points in the render settings
    I change the In and Out points in the timeline below the video preview (top center) but it still tries to render the entire thing.
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  4. in the render settings when you add to render queue, not in the comp . If you you do it in the comp, you have to trim the work area or make a nested comp

    1) add to render queue. compositon=> add to render queue

    2 ) there will be some hot text besides the module labelled "render settings" , click on that.

    3) click on the button "custom" . Enter your start and endpoints





    if you need some basic tutorials look at lynda.com , adobe.tv, and videocopilot.net has some free beginner tutorials as well
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    Yes, go to Composition > Composition Settings > Start Time Code and set that to 0:00:00 and also set Duration to 0:00:10 and then press "OK". After Pre-render the video and you will get 10 Seconds of the video. I tried it and 2.5GB was used up just for that little 10s.

    Hope this help.
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