My issue is this:
I build a lot of animations for Instagram Stories,
which are very often broken down into multiple sequences,
with a fixed maximum length of 15 seconds,
But may also be shorter depending on whats shown.
I usually build a complete Instagram story in one composition,
But for rendering I have to go in and adjust
the work area by hand to the x sequences I want to be output
to be uploaded to instagram, which is especially tedious
when the client likes to do adjustments and the whole Instagram
Story has to be re-rendered into the same or adjusted sequences.
I am aware that i could make x „render compositions“ that contain my main composition but just show a specific sequence of it but this system is prone to error should one of the sequences become shorter / longer in the course of client iterations.
I just wondered if there might be an intelligent, maybe marker-based solution to „cut up“ a composition for rendering it into multiple sequences, ideally in adobe media encoder.
1. Do you expect other 'stories' to trim accordingly to respond to your changes in other comp?
2. Currently, how your main/other comps are designed most often? Is it a single comp where you manually edit work area one after another, or anything else?
3. Assuming changes are requested from a client, how it affects above? (2nd point) Are there only in/out point changes, or there might be more complex adjustments required?