Choosing render output size


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Choosing render output size

The final consideration that we need to look at here with cameras and rendering is what is our output format going to be, and we can adjust our Render Settings accordingly, and that will be reflected in the Camera Viewport as well. So if I change my Render Output Settings, the Camera Viewport will update. So I am going to go back into my Render Setup dialog, and I want to point out to you that within this Output Size Section, I have got some Presets here for some of the most common film and video formats.

So, for example, let's say you wanted to output to a Standard Definition DV for the United States, and that's an NTSC DV. So I can choose that Preset, and you will notice that now I have got all those settings plugged-in for me here. So the Width and Height are 720x480. You will also notice that we have non-square pixels here. So the Pixel Aspect is 0.9, and the Image Aspect is not quite 1.333.

So this is just to illustrate that DV is actually kind of a strange format. If I Render...

Choosing render output size
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Choosing render output size provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2011 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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