Rendering the video
Once you have finished the most challenging part, editing, all you have to do is render the video. Click on the save/render button.
Changing video settings
Once you click on the render button, you will see various video settings.
1. Encoding presets. This option offers you to choose the quality of the video. The higher the quality is set, the slower the video will render and consume more graphical power.
2. Video resolution. It is the number of pixels contained in each frame. Video resolution determines the amount of detail in your video, or how realistic and clear the video appears.
3. Video bitrate (kbps). High video bitrate results in high video quality and low bitrates result in poor video quality.
4. Video framerate.
5. Show nametags. You can choose whether you want players' nametags to be shown or not.
6. Output file. You can set the name for the rendered video. If no name is set, it will use the default replay recording name.
7. Directory. If you want the rendered video to be saved somewhere else other than the Minecraft directory, use this option to change the path.
8. Use Command & Custom Command. These options are meant for more advanced users who want to change the FFmpeg rendering methods.
Common rendering problems
If it does not let you render your replay and shows the following error message, you need to press the ESC key on your keyboard, then click on Options -> Video Settings -> Performance and turn Fast Render off, then go back to the replay recording.