Caching and Performance

Understanding Basic Caching vs Render Cache at Close

"Basic caching" allows you to render your titles in the way you find most convenient. Enabling cache lets you cache your titles as you scrub through them or play a title in your video editing program. 

"Render cache at close," caches your Title when you close the Titler Pro window and completes caching of your title for smooth playback in your video editing program with no dropped frames.

Note: "Enable caching" must be checked in order for any type of caching to occur.

Choosing Preview and Final Quality Settings

Select preview and final render quality settings from the Settings menu. Select from Draft, Good, Better or Best. You also have the option to add motion blur to your final render.


Preview quality determines the render quality of your title while working in Titler Pro. Preview render quality may also be used when previewing titles in your video editing program depending on the settings it uses to interact with Titler Pro. Higher settings may impact playback performance, as they are more resource intensive.

Final render quality determines the quality of the final render output, this is the quality at which your title will appear in your final rendered video. This render quality may also be used by your video editing programs depending on the settings it uses to interact with Titler Pro. Higher quality settings will take longer to render, but will be the highest quality possible. When caching is enabled, this is the setting that caching will use.

Using Motion Blur

Applying motion blur to your final render is helpful for making fast moving objects look more natural. Note that applying motion blur will make your final render time longer.


Understanding Title Analysis

Title Analysis analyzes the frames in your title and determines which frames are static to more efficiently render out your title. This means that Titler Pro will render each frame of animation in your title and then duplicate static frames for faster and more efficient rendering.


Using Cache Options

Titler Pro comes with a variety of caching options to help you cache titles more efficiently.

Enable caching: This enables the use of caching for the given title you are focused on. You can either check or uncheck this option. The last setting you used for a title will be the setting which is inherited for the next title instance you create. This can be changed at any time.

Render cache at close: When caching has been enabled, this option when checked will cause an explicit render at the time you close Titler Pro down to your video editing program. If you uncheck this option, but caching is still enabled, the cache will be collected as you scrub or play the title within your video editing program's timeline.

Cache un-cached titles: This lets you cache titles that have not been previously cached in your project. This is helpful for when you have multiple titles in a project and only need to render the ones you have made changes to or recently created.

Re-cache this title and Re-cache all titles: These options give you the ability to force caching of one or all titles in your project. This is helpful for when caching fails to take place in one or more titles or render quality changes have not taken place.

Enable and Disable cache for all titles: These are single-serve options that will Enable or Disable cache for all titles in a project. This is helpful to globally Enable or Disable caching of all your titles at once.



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