Tutorial: RenderGarden for After Effects UI Overview and Function (Updated!)

Tutorial: RenderGarden for After Effects UI Overview and Function (Updated!)
Tutorial Nov 28, 2017 at 07:44 AM

Learn how to set up your Render Queue in After Effects to render with RenderGarden, as well as set up network rendering nodes, and manage RenderGarden. RenderGarden is the new After Effects script that lets you render up to 3x faster on the same machine.

RenderGarden is an Adobe After Effects script that splits your comp into a specified number of segments (which we refer to as seeds) and then renders them to multiple background command line windows (which we call, 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.

Learn More about RenderGarden

Try RenderGarden  (Under After Effects Host)

UI Overview

Learn all of the features and settings in the RenderGarden script.

Submitting a Render


Learn how to prepare your comp for rendering through RenderGarden.

Network Render Node

Learn how to configure a network render node to render your submitted RenderGarden files with Gardener.

Managing RenderGarden

Learn how to manage RenderGarden through Finder.

See Also: RenderGarden for After Effects Installation and Configuration

Posted by Kim Sternisha