Choosing Render Setup options


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Choosing Render Setup options

I've got a cute little flying logo animation here, and I'm ready to render this out to an image sequence. I'll go into the Render Setup dialog here and play around with some of the properties of the renderer. The first thing is, of course, whether we want to render out to a single frame or to a sequence of images, and I'll choose the Active Time Segment, the full 180 frames of my timeline. I could choose an alternate range, if I wanted to.

This Active Time Segment is what I want this time. I also need to set the Output Size here, that's the pixel resolution of the image. Right now it's at the default of 640x480 and that's fine. If I wanted something else, I could go to this Output Size pulldown and choose something else like HDTV. And of course, as you note, if I change the resolution, that's going to change the aspect ratio in my Camera view, and I'll only be able to see that if I have Safe Frames enabled in the Camera viewport, and they are enabled cu...

Choosing Render Setup options
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Choosing Render Setup options provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2013 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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