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Is there anyway for someone to render files for me?

Is there anyway for someone to render files for me?

notmyfirstrodeo2

Well rendering can take hours, it's normal. Ofcourse failing is not. I think there are some "rendering farm" companies, but i would guess their prices are made for people who work in bigger firms and projects. Anyway maybe google are all your render settings correct, why it fails and so on (is it specific effect, lenght w.e ). And yeah sometimes you just need to sit hours rendering, i sometimes leave my computer on for the whole nigt. I had 4k few minute long animation project, wich render time was like 20+ hours.


pinball12343

but the thing is, it takes hours and hours to render a 45 second video


therunnerstea

Yeah, that happens fairly often. It depends on how many effects you have going, the layer stack, blend modes, etc. Each frame is calculated and rendered…so if you have a ton going on each frame is going to take a while. If there are pieces, or groups of layers that you can precomp and render (render and replace), that can drastically improve your render times. See where you can consolidate.


_timecode

you can send to someone else to render, just give them a copy of your project and collect all your assets (File>Dependencies>Collect Files)


fraazali123

I don't mind to render it for you. Mine is Adobe 2019.


pinball12343

im using after effects version 18.4.1, will that work with you?


fraazali123

it should be work! is that file too lager? my email is ~~thefraazhd at gmail dot com~~ if needed


pinball12343

Ty


pinball12343

Alright i sent an email :)


vertexsalad

When you render - AE has to load your assets off your HD into memory, computer frame, compress frame, write frame to video file. You can do a lot with my suggestion to speed up that process: Buy 3 HD's. Two SSD's. One 7200rpm old school one. Toshiba have always been good for me. 1TB and 500gb for SSD's. Here's how you want your AE setup: AE app on your main HD of computer. Scratch disk on #1 SSD. Project file and assets on #2 SSD. Render destination = old school HD. This will speed up your rendering. Maybe not a lot, but it's been good for me. Render uncompressed Pro Res. Use handbrake to convert to mp4. Adobe media encoder is a turd in my option. Old school HD's are best for big chunks of data = your big mov render. SSD's are super quick and good for AE to read assets from to then computer and render down to the old school HD.


charleh_123

You can also try exporting to png sequence, then when it fails you know exactly where and can retry from that spot or change what happens there to try to fix it