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Increase your render speeds by 3 times on your computer and maximize your CPU cores when rendering across your network. RenderGarden is an absolute must-have script for After Effects users.
RenderGarden is an Adobe After Effects script that splits your comp into a specified number of segments (seeds) and then renders them to multiple background command line windows (which are called Gardeners). Through segmenting the comp into multiple seeds, you can fully maximize your CPU cores on a single machine or across multiple machines with network rendering.
Grid multiple computers together on your network. Render QuickTime/AVI Movies or Image Sequences. Easy to set up. No custom scripting or network config. Unlimited Render Node licensing.
Continue working in After Effects while your comps render in the background. Option for Post-Render transcoding to MP4 and/or QT. Render multiple comps in sequence or in parallel.
Monitor local and remote renders using the RenderGarden Monitor panel directly in After Effects. Re-Plant, Kill, and Delete jobs or seeds. Check status of renders including progress and estimated completion time. Manual or automatic refreshing of active jobs. Display Terminal/Console logs directly inside After Effects.
Render 2-3x faster with Hyper-threaded Rendering. Maximize your Mac or PC’s CPU usage. Render multiple frames simultaneously. Render multiple comps in sequence or in parallel. (*Not supported in After Effects 18.3 or later.)
RenderGarden 1.2: Demo 01What’s New?
Learn about the new features in RenderGarden 1.2
RenderGarden 1.2: Demo 02Monitoring a Background Render
Learn how to monitor multi-machine network renders with RenderGarden 1.2.
RenderGarden 1.2: Demo 03Monitoring a Hyper-threaded Render
Learn how to utilize RenderGarden with Adobe’s updated Multi-Frame rendering technology.
RenderGarden 1.2: Demo 04Monitoring a Multi-Machine Render
RenderGarden 1.2: Demo 05Support for AE v22 Multi-Frame Rendering (MFR)
Local & Network Rendering
Learn how to quickly get RenderGarden up and running on your local & network setups!
Learn how to install RenderGarden on both MAC and Windows.
Submitting a Render
Learn how to prepare your comp for rendering through RenderGarden.
Learn how to quickly get RenderGarden up and running on Windows.
Network Render Node
Learn how to configure a network render node to render your submitted RenderGarden files with Gardener.
Windows Network Rendering
Learn how to set up RenderGarden render nodes on a Windows network.
Learn how to manage RenderGarden through Finder.
Configuration - MAC
Learn how to download and install FFMPEG for MAC and configure RenderGarden for rendering.
Learn all of the features and settings in the RenderGarden Script.
Cross Platform Gardening
Though it is not officially supported cross platform rendering, it is possible if you want to try to modify the python code. This is at your own risk, and it will not offered tech support, so it's only recommended trying this if you have previous experience writing python. You have been warned!
Note: RenderGarden is officially supported back to CC2014, but we have found it works back to CS5 (unsupported).
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