One of the most confusing things in After Effects is to find and use the Render function instead of Export. Especially beginners often times mises it as File->Export seams more logic than Composition->Add To render Queue. But even if you’re familiar with render queue there are several tips that will speed up your render time. Tips Presented by one of the VideoHive Top author Felt_Tips
There are no hard and fast rules, so this is a collection of some of the techniques that I’ve been using for the last 15 years or so using After Effects. It centres around setting up a render process early in a project, using image sequences until the very final stage. This has some surprising advantages. I also cover the use of background renderer, creation of output modules and render settings templates, memory, multi-processing and disk-cache preferences, as well as showing a basic preset for rendering FLV and Quicktime H.264 files out of After Effects. The tutorial is aimed at users with a basic to intermediate knowledge.