JANGORENDER for AfterEffects
Use it to start multiple render instances of your After Effects projects.
Greatly reducing render-times and making more efficient use of your hardware. Shared on Git:JANGORENDER SCRIPT
- Add "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects\Support Files" to your environment variables.
- Enable "Skip Existing Files".
- Save a your project with output destination, (no support for subfolders)
- Open the project with Jangorender.exe
- Enter no. of Frames
- Enter no. of After Effects Instances
- JANGORENDER must be force-quit, as it will keep trying until "no. of frames" is satisfied.
JANGORENDER.EXE was made by encapsulating a powershell script into an executable with PS2EXE. If this poses a security issue, please refer to the original script at github.
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