Image sequences, love ’em. All those distributed renders and so on create hundreds of thousands of image files on my media drive, so it’s good to have a quick scrip for checking that a sequence has rendered completely without any gaps. Here’s one in Powershell. It tells you if any files are not in sequence … Continue reading A quick snippet for checking image sequences
…and this is what it took. Since Adobe removed multi-processing from After Effects I’ve been using the shell to run multiple instances of the aerender application. This can lead to massive performance gains – the screenshot below shows a 4,000% improvement in speed.
Building ffmpeg from source on Windows is a royal pain. For those who came in late, ffmpeg is the best reason for a video nerd to learn the command line.
There’s no shortcut for creating a new folder if you have files selected in Windows Explorer, so I made one with AutoHotkey. I always find using AHK a bit kludgy if it relies on sending keystrokes; there’s too much that can go wrong. But anyway, here ’tis.