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Glen Perez
Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 4:38:39 pm

Hi, the video taht shows how to install BG render script is down.
http://aescripts.com/faq/how-to-install-and-run-scripts/

How can i install this app? thanks



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Lloyd Alvarez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 5:20:40 pm

Try it again, fixed it and is working now.

-Lloyd

http://aescripts.com


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Glen Perez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 5:59:54 pm

video is not playing....



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Lloyd Alvarez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 6:06:25 pm

You might need to hard-refresh your browser. Otherwise here's a link to the same movie on vimeo:

http://www.vimeo.com/1702504

-Lloyd

http://aescripts.com


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Glen Perez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 7:03:46 pm

thanks for answering and for your scritp! one question now that you are around here... whats exactly Throttle 1.2 for?



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Lloyd Alvarez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 7:07:32 pm

Throttle allows you to quickly switch preferences without having to into the preferences section of AE. You can switch multi-processor on and off, switch the color depth of the project in one click, as well as as few others.

Basically this script is handy is you tend to push AE to it's limits.

-Lloyd

http://aescripts.com


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Glen Perez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 8:04:31 pm

just wondering why would you turn multiprocessing off, whats idle rendering for and why do you include PAR correction... thanks

PD: http://aescripts.com/trackerviz/

this video doesnt work...



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Lloyd Alvarez
Re: Installing BG renderer
on Nov 5, 2009 at 8:39:49 pm

Multi-processing in AE works by launching several copies of After Effects in the background. This generally means that there is a lag time when you first request a multi-proc render. If you are just ram previewing something simple, it will render much quicker MP off. But for your more involved or final render you will probably want to turn MP on, so Throttle makes turning it on and off easy. Otherwise you would need to go into the prefs everytime to do it. Alternatively you could leave MP on but change the amount of processor AE should use for it, so if you are also working in another application like photoshop then you could lower the number of procs AE should use for MP rendering.

Idle-rendering means that AE will continue to render the current frame even if you switch to another application. In it's default configuration, AE will stop rendering the comp frame if you switch to another application.

PAR quality refers to the quality of the proxy preview AE generates when you are working with non-square pixels footage and comps and you hit the PAR correction button at the bottom of the comp window.

And thanks for catching the trackerViz video. We are changing how we host our videos and forgot to switch those two.

-Lloyd


http://aescripts.com


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