Tooltip - the name of a template to apply to the render queue itemRender Settings are normally set in the After Effects file itself, but can be overridden here. If the template does not exist it is an error.Default is to use the render template already defined for the item. Can only set if Composition option specified. Enter manually or select from drop-down.
Tooltip - name of a template to apply to the output module. If the template This can only be set if the Composition option is specified.
Output Modules are normally set in the After Effects file itself, but can be overridden here. If the module does not exist it is an error. Default is to use the template already defined for the output module. Can only set if Composition option specified NOTENote : Distributing a render across multiple machines requires image sequence output. That is usually best set in the AfterEffects Project or the Output File Path override.
Enter manually or select from drop-down
Important: when choosing the output format be aware that extensions such as .MOV or .AVI can not be distributed across the farm. Please select an image sequence based format such as .TIF etc.
Output File Path
Tooltip - Specifying the destination render file. Default is the path already in the project Override the output file specified in the After Effects file. For image sequences (the preferred method for distributed rendering) use # to denote frames. For example: /Volumes/Stuff/output/proj1/frames[####].psd. Can only be set if the Composition option is specified.
Browse or manually enter the location of the output image directory you wish to generate
Important: Best practise is to ensure outputs are written to network storage accessible by the workers
Tooltip - (image_cache_percent max_mem_percent) where image_cache_percent specifies Memory Usage
Takes two numerical values, separated by a space, that indicate maximum cache percentage and maximum memory percentage to use, respectively. The cache percentage is the maximum percent of memory used to cache already rendered images/footage, and max_mem_percent the memory percentage specifies the total percent of memory that can be used by After Effects. Enter the numeric value to These values override scene memory usage settings.