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Simon Billington
Re: Rendering files
on Aug 15, 2017 at 11:19:37 pm
Last Edited By Simon Billington on Aug 15, 2017 at 11:35:45 pm

Oh yeah. of course it rerenders only sections in the timeline and is quite efficient at it. I was referring to rendering on output.

However, I do maintain the original point... if your project is, say set at ProRes 422, by the time you've done with it you already have a rendered version somewhere in cache. In theory to output at 422 there is almost nothing for FCPX to do, in theory, so output should only take a few seconds, no matter the length.

Contrary to my earlier point on closer inspection, I actually realise this is pretty much what it does do. I'm not entirely sure it has always done this though. I seem to recall different behaviour in the past. The fact that it does do "through" style rendering is enough. That's the most intelligent thing to do in this situation.

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