Setting render options


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Setting render options

Once you've set up your animation and your lighting and materials and your scene is ready to render, you want to go into the Render Setup dialog to set the Rendering options. There's a handy button on the main toolbar to get to the Render Setup dialog. Within this dialog, you will see that there are numerous tabs. And the tabs you see will vary depending upon which renderer you have chosen. Remember, that 3ds Max has multiple renderers. It's got the default Scanline Renderer and the mental ray Renderer and so on. So these tabs will change depending upon which renderer you have chosen.

You'll see here that I'm using the Default Scanline Renderer. And that's listed at the top of the dialog box. The most important parameters that I want to look at right now are in the Common tab. So, for example, in the Common Parameters here, I can choose whether I want to render a single frame or a sequence. So currently, it's set to Single frame. So I'll choose the Active Tim...

Setting render options
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Setting render options 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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